Juniper Law is the environmental and general law practice of Jamie Simpson and Richelle Martin.
We represent a range of clients including individuals, non-profit organizations, businesses, land trusts, and First Nations, and tackle environmental and general legal issues. We focus on environmental law issues, including judicial review of government decisions and actions and environmental assessments.
Juniper Law provides consulting services on conservation, land protection, and forestry issues, and we work with landowners who wish to see their land protected.
Current and recent cases:
Bancroft v Nova Scotia (Lands and Forestry) (Owls Head)
Bancroft v Nova Scotia (Lands and Forestry) (species at risk)
Lynn v Nova Scotia (Lands and Forestry) (beach access)
Democracy Watch v New Brunswick (fixed election law)
Urban Farm Museum Society v Auby (adverse possession)
Ravindra v Walsh (adverse possession)
O'Neil v Lagassey (contract breach)
Brown v RDM (private prosecution under Environment Act)
R v Bundy (Protection of Property Act)
Breen v BCAF (employment law)
Northern Pulp v Nova Scotia (intervenor status)