James Rose is a commercial litigator who assists individuals, businesses and government with a broad range of commercial litigation matters focusing on construction, debtor/creditor law, tax law and business litigation.
Along with advising clients on debt recovery, business disputes, product liability and issues such as deficiency and delay claims arising from construction projects, James has extensive expertise with enforcement through Saskatchewan’s Enforcement of Money Judgments Act and has an increasing bankruptcy and insolvency law practice.
- Director, SaskCulture
- Volunteer Mentor, Mother Teresa Middle School
- Chair, Saskatchewan United World College Selection Committee
- Member, Aboriginal Law Students’ Association Ottawa (2009-2012)
- Member, Indigenous Bar Association (2011-2012)
- McEuen Scholar (St. Andrews, 2005-2009)
- United World College Alumni (Pearson College)
- CIBC Achievers Award Bursary (2010)
- National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation Bursary (2009)