Jawl Bundon LLP and its predecessor Jawl & Bundon have been a fixture of the Victoria legal community since May 1, 1973, when Richard Martin, Mohan Jawl and Paul Bundon opened a law practice in the Bentall Building on Douglas Street. In 1975, the firm moved to its present location on the fourth floor of 1007 Fort Street.
Jawl Bundon LLP represents individuals, businesses, and governmental and non-profit organizations in a wide range of transactional and litigation matters. As a full service business law firm, we provide strategic advice to clients in such diverse economic sectors as real estate and development; construction and manufacturing; banking; securities and tax; technology; government and non-profit; and hotel, recreation, and tourism. Similarly, our lawyers serve as trusted personal advisors to our many individual clients, capable of handling any contract, real estate, finance, estate planning, estate administration, elder law, or family law matter.
Our litigators have experience appearing before all levels of court in British Columbia and various other tribunals. Our litigators offer advice and representation in the areas of estate litigation; family law; administrative law; employment law; strata law; residential and commercial tenancy disputes; construction and builder’s lien claims and disputes; and corporate and commercial disputes.
We are committed to providing outstanding client service at a reasonable cost. Jawl Bundon LLP maintains a flat operating structure that allows us to charge lower billing rates than those typically charged by larger law firms in Vancouver. We are also receptive to alternative billing and flat fee arrangements.
Jawl Bundon LLP is very proud of the contributions our lawyers and staff have made to the broader Victoria community over the years, whether in the form of pro bono work or serving in leadership positions in various charitable and civic organizations.
Consult one of our lawyers for help with any legal matters in order to find a quick resolution to any dispute, litigation or concern you may have.