Noah Robinson-Dunning

2021 Summer Student, 2022 / 2023 Articling Student | Vancouver

604.628.2889

Portrait of Noah Robinson-Dunning

Overview

Noah is very excited to be returning to Miller Thomson LLP as an Articling Student after working with the firm as a Summer Student in 2021. He recently graduated from the University of Victoria (UVic) Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Noah earned his Bachelor of Arts in History from UVic.

During his time at law school, Noah worked as a research assistant for multiple professors. Noah’s research focused on the legal areas of judicial review, not-for-profits, global corruption, and criminal law. Noah also volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada and took part in UVic’s Business Law Clinic where he provided legal information for small businesses.

During his undergraduate summers, Noah worked as a Wildfire Fighter with the BC Wildfire Service (BCWS). Noah later transitioned to the Wildfire Risk, Claims, and Litigation Team within the BCWS, where he and his team worked within the Wildfire Act to compensate claimants who had suffered fire control property damage during some of the worst fire seasons in the province’s history.

In his free time, Noah enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, travelling, and exploring local breweries.

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British Columbia Court of Appeal clarifies the test for civil fraud in the insurance law context

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Special costs in BC estate litigation: Kolic v. Kolic, 2022 BCSC 1448

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