B.A. University of Lethbridge 1978

L.L.B. University of Calgary 1979

Bar Admission, Alberta 1980



With over 30 years experience, Timothy Boyle has acted as litigation counsel to plaintiffs and defendants in virtually every type of civil and quasi criminal  dispute ranging from commercial foreclosures and receiverships, to defamation suits and university disciplinary procedures that encroach upon freedom of expression.  For the past 15 years he has focused primarily on bodily injury claims arising from motor vehicle accidents, wrongful deaths, falls, disability claims, medical negligence, and assaults while maintaining an active case load in the area of Administrative Law, Wrongful dismissal, insured property loss and commercial disputes.  He has appeared before administrative tribunals and all levels of courts in Alberta and also before the Supreme Court of Canada on a challenge that resulted in his client successfully having the Federal Lord’s Day Act declared unconstitutional under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms.


Tim has been keenly involved over the years with Canadian Paraplegic Association serving both on the Alberta and National boards and has received several awards and acknowledgements for his work with this organization.  He was a founder of and continues to serve as an executive board member to the Alberta Paraplegic Foundation which is dedicated to the advancement of research for spinal cord injury and which aside from dedicating millions of dollars to this cause over the past 20 years has recently established two research chairs, respectively at the Universities of Calgary and Alberta dedicated to this field of study.  He has also served as a board member of Calgary Legal Guidance and to Champions Career Centre a career counselling and employment placement agency for persons with disabilities.


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