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Established 95+ years ago, Guild Yule LLP has built a reputation as one of Canada’s leading litigation firms for its rigorous approach to legal analysis, its skilled advocacy, and its strong sense of integrity and pragmatism. Our firm is dedicated to providing sound advice and delivering consistently proven results to our clients. Our work has resulted in top ratings from Lexpert, Martindale-Hubbell, Benchmark Canada and Best Lawyers in Canada. The same high standards are found in our Real Estate and Corporate & Commercial practice groups.

Not content to rest on our history, we are hard-working, passionate and dynamic lawyers and paralegals who continue to be at the forefront of an ever-changing legal landscape. We work with our clients to meet their individual needs to deliver creative, proportionate and responsive service. We have implemented a variety of progressive-thinking fee structures for our clients, and provide innovative reporting, and tracking of file cycle times and budgeting.

Latest News

January 10, 2023

Guild Yule is seeking a Litigation Associate

We are seeking a Litigation Associate to join our team in either our Vancouver or Kelowna office Guild Yule LLP … Read more

January 9, 2023


We are excited to announce that Marie (Mimi) Willcock has joined the partnership, effective January 1, 2023. Before her call … Read more

October 6, 2022

Guild Yule LLP Kelowna Office

Guild Yule LLP is proud to announce the opening of a new office in one of Canada’s fastest growing cities, … Read more

Recent Posts

November 21, 2022
Posted by: Guild Yule LLP

Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Best Law Firms

Guild Yule LLP is proud to be included in The Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Best Law Firms 2023, with special … Read more

November 7, 2022
Posted by: Guild Yule LLP

Interpretation of Standard Faulty Workmanship Exclusion Clauses in Course of Construction Policies

This paper discusses judicial developments in the interpretation of standard faulty workmanship exclusion clauses in course of construction policies since … Read more

October 18, 2022
Posted by: Eve Magnussen

Unpaid leave for non-compliance with a mandatory vaccination policy is not constructive dismissal, says the BC Supreme Court

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and with encouragement from Federal and Provincial governments, many private sector businesses implemented a … Read more