The lawyers and staff of Boughton Law congratulate Tony Wilson for receiving the honorary title of Queen’s Counsel by the Attorney General of British Columbia. The Queen’s Counsel designation is provided to only 7% of all practicing lawyers in British Columbia, usually after decades of community service and advocacy.
Tony Wilson predominately practices in the area of national and international franchise law. He was a member of a special advisory committee to the Ministry of Justice to provide advice with respect to B.C.’s new Franchises Act and will continue on that committee to help develop disclosure regulations for Franchisors. He is an Adjunct Professor at Simon Fraser University where he teaches contract law to notary students. He is also sessional lecturer at and Thompson Rivers University Law School in Kamloops, where he teaches ethical lawyering. He is a regular law and business columnist with The Globe and Mail, and also writes regular columns for BarTalk and Canadian Lawyer magazines.
View Tony Wilson’s profile for more details about him and his franchise practice at Boughton Law.