Amy Peck

Partner and Executive Management Board Member

Amy Peck Law Corporation


Amy joined the Whitelaw Twining team in April 2019. She has a diverse legal background that allows her to bring an unusual breadth and depth of legal skills and experience to her litigation practice. From a litigation partner in a top-tier national firm, to General Counsel for a group of home services franchise brands in North America and Australia, to managing the legal department for the largest Crown tenure holder in British Columbia’s coastal forestry industry, Amy’s practical and business-centred approach guides her management of litigation matters and her relationship with clients to achieve the best real-world results. Amy also sat as a Civil Resolution Tribunal member from 2017-2020, deciding small claims and strata property disputes, so has direct experience from the decision-maker side. She has appeared at all levels of court in British Columbia and is fluent in French.

Amy’s current practice centres primarily on professional liability defence, in the real estate and legal space in particular. She represents real estate agents, property managers, and lawyers in civil suits and in regulatory and discipline matters. She also maintains a diverse general commercial litigation practice, focussing on contractual and other business disputes.

Since January 2022, Amy has also served on Whitelaw Twining’s executive management board. With Canada’s country managing partner, Dan Shugarman, and the office managing partners in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto, Amy manages the now-national firm platform as part of the DWF Group.

Outside of the office, you will find Amy doing all things camping and outdoors with her husband, her dog, and her two adventure-model children.

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LLB, University of British Columbia, 2003 (Law Society Gold Medallist)
B.A., Honours (English), University of British Columbia, 2000

Professional Memberships & Affiliations

Called to the British Columbia Bar in 2005
Member of the Law Society of British Columbia
Member of the Canadian Bar Association