Homayoun Nejat completed his undergraduate studies at the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver and obtained his law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto.
He has an active general practice, but has special interest in the areas of family, personal injury, immigration/refugee and real estate.
He has represented clients in the Provincial Court of BC, the Supreme Court of BC, the BC Court of Appeal, the Federal Court and before administrative boards and tribunals, including the Immigration Appeal Division and the Refugee Protection Division of the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada and the Residential Tenancy Branch.
Homayoun Nejat has lectured about immigration and family law in community workshops that aimed to familiarise recent immigrants with these particular areas of law. He strives to make our complex legal system as accessible as possible and ensures that his approach is tailored to each client’s unique needs and circumstances.
Homayoun Nejat has lived in and travelled to different parts of the world and has represented clients from all walks of life and with diverse racial, ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds.
He offers his services in both English and Farsi.
• Juris Doctor (JD), Osgoode Hall Law School
• Bachelor of Arts (BA), University of British Columbia
• Member, Law Society of British Columbia
• Member, Canadian Bar Association
• Participating lawyer, Legal Services Society
• Participating lawyer, Canadian Bar Association’s Lawyer Referral Service