Ian G. Schildt

Ian G. Schildt: Attorney with Church & Company
  • Attorney at Church & Company (5 Attorneys)
  • 900-1040 West Georgia Street, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6E 4H1
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Ian Schildt was admitted to the Bar of British Columbia in 1994 after completing a graduate degree in law at the University of London. He focuses his practice on corporate commercial, insurance and construction litigation. Mr. Schildt has represented clients at all levels of Superior Court in British Columbia and at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Corporate Litigation
  • Commercial Litigation
  • Insurance Litigation
  • Product Liability
  • Construction Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
604-331-9505  Phone
University Attended:
University of British Columbia, B.Mus.
Law School Attended:
University of British Columbia, LL.B., 1992; University of London, King's College, LL.M., 1993
Year of First admission:
1994, British Columbia

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