Alexia joined Hammerco in 2016 and leads the Occupiers’ Liability and Aviation Injury group. She is also an active member of our Class Action, Medical Negligence, and Commercial Litigation practice groups.
Alexia is deeply connected to Vancouver’s Iranian community and provides legal services in English and Farsi. She is a member of our Social Committee and Hammerco’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee. Alexia is motivated by genuine compassion and care for her clients and extends this through mentorship and service in her field. She served on the Canadian Bar Association and Trial Lawyers of BC Young Lawyers Committee, was a panelist at the 2021 Young Lawyers Summit on “Networking and Building Your Book of Business,” participates in Access Pro Bono – serving the critical legal needs of people and non-profit organizations across BC, and is a mentor for students and women looking to attend law school or practice law in Canada.
Alexia’s international background spans the globe. She immigrated to Canada from Abu Dhabi, UAE when she was 16 and graduated from high school in Vancouver. She attended McGill for her undergraduate studies (BA), completed her MSc at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, and attended Bond University in Australia for law school (JD).
Hammerco Lawyers LLP now counts six Partners and eight lawyers across its offices in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island.
When it comes to the question of whether a parent is required to provide for their child in their will in BC, the answer is far more complex than a simple yes.
Hammerco Lawyers is bringing a proposed class action lawsuit on behalf of all individuals who were subjected to solitary confinement at one or more of the youth custody centres operated by the Province of BC.
Victims across the BC province were notified that a nurse that was involved in their perioperative care at BC Women’s Hospital’s gynecological surgical center and did not have a valid nursing license.