Jeremy D. Sapers Associate


Speaks:  English

Year of Call: 2019 - Alberta

Year of Call: 2017 - British Columbia

Primary phone: +1 604-443-7660

Fax: +1 604-683-3558

Email: jeremy.sapers@gowlingwlg.com

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Primary office:  Vancouver



Jeremy D. Sapers

Jeremy Sapers is a litigation associate in Gowling WLG’s Vancouver office.  He is called to the bar in British Columbia and Alberta, and is a member of the firm’s national Environmental Law and Construction and Infrastructure practice groups. Jeremy assists clients with a wide-range of litigation matters, including regulatory prosecution and defence, contaminated sites, construction delay and deficiency claims, builder’s lien claims, real estate disputes, and contractual and other commercial disputes. Jeremy has acted as trial counsel in civil proceedings, and advised both government and industry clients on administrative and regulatory matters.

Jeremy provides practical, timely and concise advice. With all matters, Jeremy’s primary goal is achieving the best possible outcome in an efficient manner. Whether negotiating a fair settlement or conducting a cross-examination at trial, Jeremy pursues his client’s interests vigorously, and in a considerate manner that promotes resolution.

Prior to studying law, Jeremy worked with a team of forensic psychologists developing and evaluating cognitive-behavioural programs for federally incarcerated offenders. Jeremy has also worked for a number of government agencies, including the federal Department of Justice, the BC Ministry of Justice, and the Correctional Service of Canada.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2019

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
       2019
      Year of Call, Alberta
  • 2017

    • Qualifications (Year of Call/Admission, etc.)
       2017
      Year of Call, British Columbia
  • 2016

    • Education
       2016
      Juris Doctor, University of Victoria
  • 2011

    • Education
       2011
      Honours Bachelor of Arts, Criminology, Carleton University