Justin Dalton is an associate lawyer in Pushor Mitchell’s litigation group. Justin maintains a broad civil litigation practice with a focus in commercial litigation, real estate litigation, and aboriginal law. He has represented clients at the Provincial and Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Prior to joining Pushor Mitchell, Justin completed an undergraduate degree in Economics and a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration, both at Simon Fraser University. Justin spent several years working in the public service in British Columbia and the Northwest Territories before attending law school.
Justin graduated from University of British Columbia’s Allard School of Law in 2016 with a specialization in Aboriginal Law. While in law school he served on the 2014 Law Student Society Finance Committee, was an active member of the Indigenous Legal Students Association and participated in the 2016 Kawaskimhon National Aboriginal Moot. Following law school, Justin completed his articles with Pushor Mitchell and was called to the Bar in 2017.
Outside the office, Justin enjoys camping, hiking and softball in the summer and snowboarding at Big White in the winter.
- Counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of Commercial and Real Estate disputes.
- Counsel for plaintiffs and defendants in a broad range of Aboriginal Law disputes, particularly issues related to disputes involving reserve land.
- First Nations real estate development and economic development.