Tamara Hunter is a member of the firm's litigation group. She practises in the areas of freedom of information and privacy law, administrative law and professional regulation law. She acts for a variety of professional regulatory bodies on matters involving registration, professional disciplinary proceedings and related litigation.

She has conducted numerous hearings before professional disciplinary tribunals and has represented professional regulatory bodies before the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, the British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal, the Supreme Court of British Columbia and the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Tamara has represented both private sector and public sector organizations before the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia, the Yukon Information and Privacy Commissioner and in related litigation. Tamara has also been named by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner for British Columbia as a qualified lawyer approved to act on its behalf in matters relating to privacy protection law, administrative law and access to information law.

Born in New Westminster, B.C., Tamara obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University in 1988. She received the Chancellor’s Entrance Scholarship and majored in both economics and business administration.

Tamara then attended the University of British Columbia where she received her Law Degree in 1990.