Areas of Practice
Aurora is a litigator and appears regularly in court, commercial arbitrations and before administrative decision-makers including the Employment Standards Tribunal, Environmental Appeal Board, Human Rights Tribunal, Labour Relations Board and the Property Assessment Appeal Board. Aurora has appeared in all levels of court in British Columbia, and has successfully defended applications to the Supreme Court of Canada.
Her practice areas include a variety of land use and valuation issues including construction, expropriation, contaminated sites, easements, boundary disputes, business disputes, governance, and administrative and municipal law.
Aurora’s clients include individuals, companies, crown corporations, statutory decision-makers, professional regulators and not-for-profit societies.
Aurora regularly advises clients on general matters including employment and labour law (both union and employee), freedom of information and protection of privacy, human rights, debt collection and general contract litigation. Aurora also assists professional regulators and not-for-profit societies with general advice, membership disputes and discipline, fiduciary obligations, natural justice in administrative decision-making and corporate governance.
Work History and Education
Aurora is a partner at Cox, Taylor. She was called to the bar of British Columbia in June of 2010. Aurora has a Bachelor of Music with distinction from the University of Victoria (2002). She worked as a performer and operated a small business in Vancouver for several years before attending law school, earning a law degree from Dalhousie University (2009).
Aurora is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia, Canadian Bar Association and Victoria Bar Association.