Matthew Wray

2019 Summer Student, 2020 / 2021 Articling Student | Vancouver

604.643.1265

Portrait of Matthew Wray

Overview

Matthew is excited to be returning to Miller Thomson after summering with the firm and recently completing his legal studies at Thompson Rivers University. During law school, Matthew was an active member of Pro Bono Students Canada, where he worked on different projects with the Legal Services Society and United Way. He took part in the hockey arbitration competition of Canada in Toronto. Matthew played on his law school’s ice hockey and rugby teams and was a member of the TRU Law crib club.

Prior to law school, Matthew played professional hockey in Mississippi and New York, enabling him to travel and explore many different areas in the United States. He also played junior hockey and lacrosse in various communities in BC, Alberta and Ontario. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at UBC, Matthew played on the men’s hockey team and was named an academic All-Canadian in his final year.

Throughout his life Matthew has been committed to volunteering including working with St. Jude’s Research Hospital, Make A Wish Foundation, Special Olympics and many others. In his spare time Matthew enjoys researching, listening and collecting music. He is also a fan of film and sports and loves checking out different restaurants in Vancouver. Matthew was born and raised on the West Coast and loves taking advantage of everything it has to offer.

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Leave to appeal duty to defend issues denied by Supreme Court of Canada

Recently, the Supreme Court of Canada denied leave to appeal decisions of the Alberta Court of Appeal and the Ontario Court of Appeal, respectively, regarding the duty to defend.  As a result, the appellate decisions stand and are discussed below....

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