Tyler T. Luchies
Mr. Luchies obtained a Bachelor of Commerce with Honors from the University of Alberta in 1987. He continued his education at the University of Toronto, and was awarded a Bachelor of Laws in 1990. He was the recipient of the Willis Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Law School and also sat on the Governor’s Council and the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Dean Search Committee. Mr. Luchies was the President of the Student Law Society in his year of graduation. Mr. Luchies was called to the Bar of British Columbia on August 1991.
In addition to outstanding legal achievements, Mr. Luchies is an active community member. He volunteers for the Summit Society for Youth at Risk, and was a Chair for LifeCycles,”Home Is Where We Live” Project. He is a founding member of the Collaborative Family Law Group and a founding member of the Humanitarian Award at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law. Mr. Luchies is also a mentor at the University of Victoria Law School and a volunteer judge for the school’s moot court. Recreationally, Mr. Luchies enjoys volleyball, golf, and spending time with his family.