|Location:||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Legal Assistant:||Chau Dao|
Iman’s practice includes corporate commercial litigation, employment law, Wills and Estates, construction law, strata property law, residential tenancy law, and immigration law. In addition to litigation, Iman regularly assists clients with a broad range of real estate and corporate matters. Iman recently updated and revised the Collections chapter of the Practice Material on Civil Procedure for the Law Society of British Columbia.
Iman completed his articles at the leading employment law firm in Vancouver, where he assisted with cases in various stages of litigation in all levels of court including acting as junior counsel at trials in the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the Court of Appeal as well as on judicial review. Throughout his articles, Iman had sole conduct of small claims, Employment Standards Branch, and Human Rights files.
Iman holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa where he was the recipient of the Harold G. Fox Scholarship. While at law school, Iman volunteered with UBC’s Law Students’ Legal Advice Program (LSLAP), Ottawa’s Housing Justice Project, the Access Pro Bono Society of BC, and the Conviction Review Project. In his third year, Iman completed an academic exchange at the University of Vienna with a focus on international business law and dispute resolution.
Prior to law school, Iman earned his Bachelor of Arts honours degree studying Psychology at Simon Fraser University while working concurrently as a research and teaching assistant.
When not practicing law, Iman enjoys practicing yoga, travelling, and producing music.
of Ottawa, Faculty of Law
- Juris Doctor (J.D)
of Vienna, Faculty of Law
- Academic exchange in international business law and dispute resolution
- Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) – First Class Honours in Psychology (President’s and Dean’s Honour Roll)