Ryan Dalziel, QC, has a general litigation practice that focuses on appeals and judicial reviews. He has argued cases at all levels of court in British Columbia, in the Federal Court and Court of Appeal, in the Court of Appeal for Ontario, and Alberta Court of Appeal, and 16 cases in the Supreme Court of Canada. Mr. Dalziel’s work cuts across practice areas and has engaged a diverse array of clients dealing with a wide variety of subjects. He has argued cases on behalf of private industry, individuals, First Nations, local, provincial and foreign governments, and non-profit advocacy groups. His public law work has included constitutional litigation of many kinds (including the Charter, federalism, separation of powers, and aboriginal law), in both civil and criminal contexts, and judicial review of a wide variety of regulatory and administrative decision-making. Mr. Dalziel’s appellate work extends beyond the public law sphere to encompass a broad array of subjects that include tort and commercial matters. Mr. Dalziel clerked for Justices William Esson and Mary Newbury of the Court of Appeal for British Columbia in 2003–2004, and clerked for Justice Rosalie Abella of the Supreme Court of Canada in 2005–2006.