Dylan Taylor

Dylan returned to Stevenson Luchies & Legh as an articled student after earning his Juris Doctor from Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in 2020 and was called to the Bar in 2021. Prior to studying law, Dylan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Victoria. As a law student, Dylan held a Teaching Assistant position in Legislation, Administration and Policy and served as an Editor for TRU’s faculty law journal. In addition, he sat on the Faculty of Law’s Admissions Committee. In 2018, he was awarded the Dean’s Course Prize for highest standing in a class on legislation and policy. Dylan followed this academic accomplishment by representing TRU at the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada, and later, at the Wilson Moot. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys golfing, playing ice hockey, and watching NFL games. He looks forward to establishing himself in Victoria and providing legal services to members of the community.

TRAJECTORY

  • 2015 – Graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Victoria
  • 2020 – Graduated with his Juris Doctor from Thompson Rivers University (TRU)
  • 2020 – Joined Stevenson Luchies & Legh
  • 2021 – Called to the Bar
Dylan Taylor / Stevenson Luchies & Legh

PUBLICATIONS

  • Editor – Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law, Volume 6, 2020

AWARDS

  • Dean’s Course Prize for Legislation, Administration and Policy, 2017

SLL Team Members

Stevenson Luchies & Legh

CONTACT

(250) 381-4040

Email: ac.lls@einahpets

STEPHANIE

Stephanie graduated from Camosun College in 2005 with the highest grade point average and received the Legal Secretary Bursary Award. Her 15 years of experience as a legal assistant in personal injury and criminal law, plus her organizational and administrative skills, are valuable assets for the team at our West Shore office. She assists lawyers Albert Berns and Dylan Taylor, working closely with paralegal Leah in all matters relating to debt, construction, real estate, and personal injury.

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