Supreme Law Group offers a wide range of services for lawyers involved in matters before the Supreme Court of Canada. At every stage of your proceedings, we can help you navigate the complex rules and procedures that govern practice before the Court.
Moira Dillon is the principal and founder of Supreme Law Group – the first boutique law firm in Canada dedicated exclusively to the practice of Supreme Court agency law. Moira graduated magna cum laude from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. She also has an honours degree in Political Science and Spanish from the University of Toronto. After being called to the Bar of Ontario in 1996, Moira practised law with the Ottawa office of a large, national firm. As a Supreme Court of Canada agent, Moira offers strategic advice, drafting, and agency services on leave applications, responses, motions, and appeals. Moira has assisted lawyers in a diverse range of matters before the Court, including criminal and constitutional law, labour law, intellectual property, contracts, torts, and commercial law.
With 21 years of litigation experience at a national law firm in Ottawa, Ed Pundyk has appeared before all levels of courts and tribunals, including the Supreme Court of Canada. As counsel to SLG, Ed offers the courtroom skills and strategic vision that are essential when appearing before the highest court in the land. In addition to providing agency services and assisting clients with pre-hearing preparation, Ed also appears as counsel on motions and appeals before the Court. Ed has honours degrees in history and in commerce from the University of Manitoba, and his law degree was conferred by the University of Ottawa.
Steven van Dijk
SLG’s senior law clerk is Steven van Dijk. Steven has over 20 years of experience providing Supreme Court agency services. He has extensive experience with all aspects of document preparation, production, and rule compliance. Steven’s education includes a B.A. in English and a B.A. in History from McMaster University, as well as a B.Ed. from the University of Ottawa.
Nick Frizzell has over 6 years of experience working as a Supreme Court agency law clerk. As SLG’s technology expert, Nick is responsible for ensuring compliance with the Court’s electronic filing requirements, including the production and bookmarking of electronic documents. He also has primary responsibility for serving and filing court documents. Nick graduated in 2005 with a legal assistant’s diploma from CDI College.