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Personal Injury
Commercial Litigation


  • LL.B. - University of New Brunswick
  • BSc - St Mary's University



  • Canadian Bar Association

Brad Savoury

B.Sc, LL.B.

Brad is a member of the Pihl Law Litigation Team practicing in personal injury law, as well as civil, commercial and construction litigation.

Originally from Atlantic Canada, Brad attended St. Mary’s University in Halifax where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree. He then attended the University of New Brunswick where he obtained his Bachelor of Laws. In 2008, Brad relocated to St. John’s, Newfoundland and began to build his legal practice. He conducted criminal, family and civil litigation trials, and appeared before the Court of Appeal of Newfoundland and Labrador on multiple occasions.

In 2012, Brad relocated to Edmonton as in-house legal counsel with the City of Edmonton. He was involved in a wide array of legal matters including civil litigation, extensive construction disputes, bylaw and policy reform, judicial review hearings, and Constitutional and Charter issues. He was lead counsel when the City sought to enjoin the technology company “Uber” from operating in the City. He was also involved in major City initiatives including the closure of the City Centre Airport, the integration of the LRT transit system, and the annexation of Leduc County.

Brad has been practicing litigation law in Kelowna since 2017, primarily in the area of civil litigation representing clients who have sustained injuries in motor vehicle accidents, as well as construction/commercial litigation matters.

Brad is a lover of the outdoors and enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and two Labrador Retrievers hiking, boating and skiing in the beautiful Okanagan. He is an avid sports fan and plays in community sports leagues. On Sundays he can usually be found watching football with his friends and family.


COVID-19 Changing Courts

June 29, 2020

Covid-19 has affected everyone around the globe in many ways since its arrival.  As a result of technology, some business have been fortunate enough to find ways for employees to work remotely from their homes, while others have not been able to transition as easily or have chosen not to adapt to a new reality. …