Tammy Shoranick provides research support to the firm’s lawyers and clients across the firm’s practice areas. She researches complex legal issues, prepares opinions for clients, and develops submissions for court and other proceedings.
Tammy started her legal career as a litigator, practicing in both New York and Vancouver, and has been involved in a wide range of complex commercial cases. She has experience at all levels of court, including extensive appellate experience. Tammy successfully represented a boutique investment bank in the leading Supreme Court of Canada case on contractual interpretation and judicial review of commercial arbitration awards, Sattva Capital Corp. v. Creston Moly Corp. She also represented the Secretariat of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) as intervener in the Supreme Court of Canada in Canada (Attorney General) v. Bedford.
Prior to joining Boughton Law, Tammy practiced commercial litigation at a national law firm in Vancouver and an international law firm in New York.