Emily Snow practises civil and commercial litigation, with a focus on class actions.
Emily has experience representing clients in various industries and assisting senior counsel in a wide range of dispute resolution matters.
Emily earned her Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia and a Bachelor of Science from the same institution, studying Biology and Psychology. During law school Emily was an active member of the student community and worked as a research assistant in Family Law.
Emily joined the firm as a summer student in 2013 and began her articles in 2015 after completing a clerkship with the Supreme Court of British Columbia. She became an associate in 2016.
- J.D., University of British Columbia, 2014
- B.Sc., University of British Columbia, 2009
- The Law Foundation Scholarship, 2013
- The Panvini Scholarship in Law, 2013
- The Brian Campion Scholarship in Law (awarded through the Yukon Foundation), 2012
- Co-author, "The Supreme Court of Canada 'Levels' Class Certification," Class Action Defence Quarterly, Vol 14, No. 2, December 2019 [Reprinted by permission of LexisNexis Canada Inc., from the Class Action Defence Quarterly Edited by Eliot N. Kolers, Copyright 2019]
- Co-author, "On the 'Level' After Godfrey: Proving Liability in Canadian Price Fixing Class Actions," Class Action Defence Quarterly, Vol 12, No. 2, December 2017 [Reprinted by permission of LexisNexis Canada Inc., from the Class Action Defence Quarterly Edited by Eliot N. Kolers, Copyright 2017]
- Academic Director, UBC Law Students’ Society Academic Council, 2013-2014
- Executive Member, UBC Indigenous Law Students’ Association, 2012-2014
- Volunteer, UBC Women’s Caucus, 2013
- Volunteer and Panel Co-chair, BrainArt Symposium: On the Edge of Chaos, 2010