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Brianne Westland listen


Brianne* is a strong and effective advocate. She is both fierce in the courtroom and gets§ the importance of careful strategy. Brianne maintains a broad litigation practice across a wide range of commercial, civil and regulatory matters. Brianne’s clients range from regulated professionals, small businesses, large corporations, to other individuals dealing with a wide range of civil, commercial or regulatory disputes. In every case, Brianne advocates for her clients on the issues that matter to them most. She combines passion with a strategic approach and meticulous quality to deliver results in any context, including in court, during arbitrations, in front of tribunals, or with alternative resolutions. .



Brianne Westland (she/her)

is an associate at Lenczner Slaght.

Brianne maintains a diverse litigation practice. Her civil litigation practice includes complex commercial disputes, professional negligence, and civil fraud. Brianne has particular experience with construction and infrastructure disputes, having represented owners, general contractors, and subtrades working on construction projects of all sizes in a wide range of matters. In the administrative law context, Brianne has significant experience with professional regulation and has handled various professional discipline matters at all stages both as a prosecutor and as defence counsel.

Brianne is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School. While at Osgoode, she participated extensively in the school’s clinic programs, representing low-income individuals on a range of issues related to immigration and to provincial offences. Brianne also competed as part of Osgoode’s Jessup International Law Moot team.

Prior to law school, Brianne obtained her Bachelor of Social Sciences from the University of Ottawa in Political Science and History. While completing her undergraduate degree, she worked in various public policy and advisory positions across different departments with the federal government.

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • The Advocates' Society

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