Lawyer Teague Pushor maintains a broad litigation practice with a focus on civil, commercial and municipal litigation.
Teague’s litigation practice includes work in municipal disputes, contract disputes, construction law, debtor/creditor matters and insurance defence.
Teague has appeared before the Saskatchewan Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench.
Teague completed his Juris Doctor in 2018 at the University of Saskatchewan with distinction. During law school, he worked as a research assistant to Professor Dwight Newman, focusing on the areas of mining law and Aboriginal law.
- Volunteer, Pro Bono Students Canada (2015-2016)
- University of Saskatchewan Undergraduate Scholarship (2016-2017)
- Dean’s Honour List, College of Arts & Science (2014)