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Pavel Dosanjh

Pavel Dosanjh studied History (Major) and Political Science (Minor) at Simon Fraser University, emerging with a Bachelor of Arts in 1997. Pavel then attended UBC Law School from 1998 to 2001.  After Graduating from UBC Law School, Pavel articled for a year at the Downtown Vancouver Law Firm Miller Thomson, ending in August 2002, and was called to the Bar a month later. He joined the Trial Lawyers Association of BC later that year and has been a member ever since.

Pavel’s practice is exclusive to individuals who have suffered a personal injury – be it a bodily injury, emotional injury or both. His expertise includes litigating cases for people who sustain brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, muscle and ligament damage, orthopedic injuries, psychological injuries, bodily injuries requiring surgical intervention or amputation, and other serious and catastrophic injuries.

Pavel’s experience has been gained through litigating numerous Personal Injury Cases over the years, including attending mediations, conducting Depositions and Trials at the Supreme Court of British Columbia level as well as having appeared before the BC Court of Appeal on Personal Injury related matters.

In addition to TLABC, his voluntary memberships include the South Asian Bar Association of BC, the American Association for Justice, and the Canadian Bar Association.

Areas of Practice

  • 100% Personal Injury

Litigation Percentage

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia, 2002


  • University of British Columbia, Faculty of Law, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    • B. – 2001
  • Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
    • A. – 1997
    • Major: History
    • Minor: Political Science

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Trial Lawyers Association of BC, Member, 2002 – Present
  • South Asian Bar Association of BC, Member, 2004 – Present


  • English
  • Punjabi

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