Leah McKenzie-Brown has diverse areas of practice, which give her a unique perspective on complex issues facing her clients. Leah provides legal services in estate planning, business purchases and sales, lease negotiations, tenancy and strata law as well as civil litigation.
As a strata property lawyer, Leah assists strata councils and individuals with disputes that arise under the Strata Property Act and its numerous interconnected pieces of legislation. She assists councils with debt collection, strata property liens, enforcement of bylaws, and helps both councils and owners with governance issues and other strata property disputes.
As both a solicitor and a litigator, Leah is an effective advocate whether before the Supreme Court of British Columbia or an administrative tribunal, such as the Civil Resolution Tribunal – a tribunal that continues to extend its jurisdiction and relevance in the province. She also defends ICBC motor vehicle claims and can assist landlords and tenants negotiating the Residential Tenancy Branch.
University of Victoria Law School (LL.B)
University of Toronto (B.A.)