About Pulleyblank Law

Pulleyblank Law aims to provide high-quality representation in applications for judicial review, administrative proceedings, and appeals at reasonable rates. 

By focusing  exclusively on these types of proceedings, Pulleyblank Law can carry a lower overhead than a  traditional firm. This lower overhead allows Pulleyblank Law to offer affordable flat rates for its services, providing predictability and certainty to its clients.

Pulleyblank Law is based in Vancouver, but can provide services throughout British Columbia. 

About Oliver Pulleyblank

Oliver Pulleyblank is the founder and principal of Pulleyblank Law.

Oliver worked from 2011 - 2018 as a litigator with the Department of Justice in Vancouver, where he focused on administrative, environmental and constitutional law. Oliver acted in a wide array of matters, including matters relating to personal injury, copyright, real property, contract, natural resource, and security clearance matters.  Oliver has broad courtroom experience, having successfully argued cases in the Federal Court, Federal Court of Appeal, British Columbia Supreme Court, and British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Previously, Oliver worked as a judicial law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada, for Chief Justice McLachlin, and at the British Columbia Court of Appeal.

Oliver was called to the British Columbia bar in March 2011. Oliver holds a B.A. from McGill University and a LL.B. from the University of British Columbia (Allard School of Law).

Oliver is an adjunct professor of law at Allard School of Law, where he teaches public law and environmental law.

Representative Cases

Taseko Mines Ltd. v. Canada, 2017 FC 1100 and 2017 FC 1099

Arbutus Bay Estates v. Canada, 2016 BCSC 2083 and 2017 BCCA 374  

Wolff v. Canada, 2016 BCSC 147 and 2017 BCCA 30

Simmonds v. Canada, 2013 FC 967

Turner v. Canada, 2014 FC 927

Product Care Association v. Canada, 2015 FC 284

Butterfield v. Canada, 2016 FC 777