Bridget Gilbride is a litigator in Vancouver specializing in Aboriginal, environmental, and maritime law. Bridget advises clients seeking provincial and federal project approvals and permits, including environmental assessments, and represents clients in regulatory hearings and litigation. Bridget acts as counsel at administrative tribunals and at all levels of court in British Columbia and the Federal Court, and has appeared as counsel at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Extensive Aboriginal law experience
Bridget assists clients in understanding both the law and their obligations with respect to Aboriginal law. She advises clients who are consulting with Aboriginal groups and represents their interests in court challenges, injunctions and regulatory proceedings.
Strategic environmental law advice
Providing clients both strategic advice and representation in court, Bridget has expertise in obtaining project approvals, including environmental assessment and permitting; contaminated sites; administrative appeals of project approvals; and resisting and obtaining injunctions.
Bridget advises clients involved in maritime activities, including in relation to claims, project development, and federal and provincial regulation.