Finding Legal Help

While VLAF accepts funding requests from Veterans’ lawyers, we appreciate that even finding a lawyer can be difficult. Veterans regularly ask us for lawyer names, but unfortunately, our regulations prevent us from making referrals or showing favouritism. We understand though, you may need a lawyer now.

We are allowed to show a list of law firms, so we decided to pull one together for you, starting with firms that have helped Canadian Veterans in the past. We even reached out to additional firms to ask if they would like to be on the list. Below is the list, so far, showing firms who will consider representing Canadian Veterans on matters that match the VLAF criteria

Law firms are shown by province, but since most Veterans’ cases go to Federal Court, you can hire a lawyer from anywhere in Canada — the lawyer doesn’t have to be in your province. We hope you find a lawyer from this list, and we look forward to hearing back from you if it makes sense to apply.

Province/TerritoryLaw FirmLawyer(s)
British ColumbiaHarper Grey LLP
harpergrey.com
Scott Marcinkow
Rose Keith
AlbertaTRW LawTimothy R. Wood
Lana J. Kampitsch
SaskatchewanTTH Law Firm
tthlaw.ca
Neil J.D. Tulloch
OntarioMichel Drapeau Law Office
mdlo.ca
Michel Drapeau
Joshua Juneau
Champ and Associates
champlaw.ca
Paul Champ
New BrunswickJennifer Donovan Law
jdonovanlaw.ca
Jennifer Donovan
Nova ScotiaBlois Nickerson
bloisnickerson.com
Colin Bryson
Valent Legal
valentlegal.ca
Chuck J. Ford
McInnes Cooper
mcinnescooper.com
Jillian Kean
Prince Edward IslandMcLellan Brennan
mclellanbrennan.com
Filip Hrga
Newfoundland and LabradorBudden and Associates
buddenlaw.com
Geoffrey E. Budden
NunavutCrawford Law Office
lawsociety.nu.ca
Anne Crawford