Nadia Rowe (née Wechselberger) is a solicitor with experience advising clients across a variety of industry sectors. She provides practical solutions to the legal issues her clients are facing.
Nadia practices primarily business law, wills and estates, and real estate law. She advises on a wide range of business and corporate matters, including:
- corporate governance
- shareholder agreements
- asset and share purchase agreements
- commercial transactions
- contract review and negotiation
Nadia also advises clients on a variety of estate planning and real estate matters.
Before joining RLR, Nadia was in-house legal counsel for one of British Columbia’s largest universities and as such a portion of her practice focuses on advising post-secondary institutions and other public bodies on legal matters, including:
- regulatory compliance
- legal liability
- privacy and freedom of information issues
- contract drafting and review
- policy development
Nadia started her legal career in Vancouver, practicing primarily business and entertainment law at a leading national law firm, where she regularly advised studios, producers, writers, and artists on a variety of legal matters in film and television. She looks forward to advising clients in the film and television sector as it continues to grow on Vancouver Island.
Nadia’s experience as in-house legal counsel offers a unique perspective when advising clients as she has been on the client side of the table. She has an appreciation of the challenges faced by boards and management and understands how timely, practical, and strategic advice is crucial to navigating complicated and routine legal matters.
Nadia completed high school on Vancouver Island and, after many years on the Lower Mainland, is excited to be back on the Island where she and her husband are raising their two young daughters.
- Canadian Bar Association
- Law Society of British Columbia
- Bachelor of Laws, University of British Columbia, 2007
- B.Sc Honours (Biochemistry), Bishop’s University, 2003
Year of Call + Jurisdiction
- 2008, British Columbia