Menka Sull is a member of the firm’s Construction + Engineering, Insurance, Administrative Law and Environmental Practices. Her practice is litigation-focused and includes a variety of areas of law including contractual disputes, construction litigation, environmental contamination, occupiers’ liability claims and professional negligence and disciplinary matters.
Within her professional liability practice, Menka specializes in representing the interests of engineers, architects and lawyers in litigation arising out of professional activities.
Menka is a member of the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and is also active in student recruitment and hiring. She contributes to the firm’s Construction + Engineering blog and regularly presents at in-firm professional development seminars for clients and other lawyers.
Menka is a graduate of the Allard School of Law at UBC where she was an assistant editor with the UBC Law Review Society. Prior to attending law school, Menka obtained a Master’s degree in Political Science from UBC and worked as a research consultant on the resolution of Indian Residential Schools claims with the federal government for a number of years.
Menka has represented clients before all levels of Court in British Columbia and before administrative bodies. She has also resolved matters though formal and informal mediation processes.
Menka’s decisions include:
- 655515 B.C. Ltd. v. Palmer, 2017 BCSC 335
- Wheatland Industrial Park Joint Venture Soo, 2016 BCSC 508
Professional + Community Affiliations
- Law Society of British Columbia, Member
- Canadian Bar Association, Member
- Vancouver Bar Association, Member
- West Coast LEAF, Member
- British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, Member
- Canadian Construction Women, Member
- South Asian Bar Association of British Columbia, Member
Publications + Presentations
- November 8, 2018, “Extras! Extras! Learn All About Them!”, AHBL Lunch n’ Learn Seminar, Speaker
On A Personal Note
In her spare time, Menka enjoys being an amateur chef.