Jada Tellier practices primarily in the areas of commercial real estate and Indigenous law.
She assists clients with all aspects of real property development and commercial real estate transactions including marketing, acquisitions, dispositions, financings and commercial leasing.
Jada also assists clients with transactions involving First Nations lands and other Indigenous law matters including the implementation of Land Codes and the development of related laws and policies.
In the community, she serves on the board of directors of Seismic Shift Arts Society (DanceHouse), a not-for-profit cultural organization that hosts performances by international dance companies in Vancouver, BC. Jada Tellier is also the co-chair of the CBABC Aboriginal Law Section (Vancouver), a legal professional association that provides learning and development opportunities for lawyers.
In her spare time, she enjoys exploring Vancouver’s art and dance scenes.
- J.D., University of Toronto
- B.A., University of British Columbia
- British Columbia, 2017
- Co-Chair, Canadian Bar Association British Columbia, Aboriginal Law Section (Vancouver)
- Director, Seismic Shift Arts Society (DanceHouse)