Timothy J. Huntsman**
Principal, Huntsman Law*
Timothy was born in London, England and grew up in Newfoundland and Labrador. He obtained his degree in engineering from Memorial University of Newfoundland in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering in 1996. After continuing his studies, he obtained his law degree from the University of New Brunswick in 2002. Timothy articled with Hunter Garrett Lobay in Nanaimo, British Columbia from 2002 – 2003. Timothy devotes considerable effort on litigation and triable cases, particularly as they pertain to issues with land claims and construction disputes, estates and trusts, and personal injury law.
Timothy Huntsman’s engineering background, and experience representing builders and developers in Nanaimo, enables him to resolve Construction and Property Disputes quickly and effectively.
An active member of the community, Timothy is a coxswain with Royal Canadian Marine Search And Rescue, Station 27 Nanaimo, and has responded to over 125 missions at sea. Timothy is committed to local charities and organizations with a focus on community. An avid sailor, he enjoys getting out on the water as much as possible on his classic (uncomfortable) wooden boat.
Timothy and his wife Patricia love living on Vancouver Island, and look forward to many happy years in the mid island community.
Member of the Law Society of British Columbia.
Member of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia.
Coxswain with the Nanaimo Unit of the Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue.
*Denotes An Association of Law Corporations
**Denotes Timothy J. Huntsman Law Corporation