Isaac Hill joined the firm as an articling student in February 2017 after completing his Juris Doctorate in December 2016 from the University of Victoria.

Isaac’s journey to our firm began in 2010 while completing a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in communication studies at the University of Calgary. There Isaac participated in the Co-op education program where he had the opportunity to work for the Department of Indian and Northern affairs (as it was known at the time) as a research officer. There he liaised with the Department of Justice performing various research tasks associated with ongoing litigation between the Government of Canada and many First Nations and Metis groups. This exposure to the world of law inspired Isaac to pursue a career in law.

After being accepted to the Law program at the University of Victoria, Isaac again participated in the Co-op education program where he had the opportunity to work in both private and public sectors gaining invaluable experience to inform his future practice. Of note is his time spent working with the Ministry of Child and Family Development as a policy analyst where he contributed to policy reform and research.

During his time at the University of Victoria, Isaac volunteered his time with the UVic Law Student Society, Pro Bono Student Canada Society and the now famous AbCamp. He also spent a term at the Law Centre clinic where he gained experience representing clients in criminal, civil and family law matters.

When not on the clock, Isaac enjoys playing his guitar, hitting the slopes on his snowboard, and listening to his favorite podcasts.”






University of Victoria (2016) J.D

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