Tristan Miller is an associate in Farris’ litigation group. He maintains a general ligation practice representing clients in a wide variety of disputes, ranging from commercial disputes and torts to complex regulatory matters and family law. Tristan has a particular interest in complex commercial disputes and economic torts, as well constitutional issues, health law, and queer family law. Tristan has represented clients in actions at all levels of court in British Columbia.
Tristan obtained his undergraduate degree in political science from the University of British Columbia in 2014 and his juris doctor from the University of Ottawa in 2018, where he graduated cum laude. During his academic studies, Tristan presented a number of academic papers on the criminalization of HIV and the law of infectious disease in Canada, including a paper for which he won the First Prize at the Osgoode Forum. He also participated in the Wilson Moot on constitutional law.
Tristan is an active member of the Canadian Bar Association where he sits on the board of the SOGIC section, which concerns legal issues relating to the LGBTQ2+ community.
- Member of the Law Society of British Columbia
- Member of the Canadian Bar Association
- Member of the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network
- Member of the Advocates’ Society