Scott Boucher, Associate

Norton Rose Fulbright Canada LLP

Scott Boucher is an associate in Norton Rose Fulbright’s litigation group,
practising general commercial litigation with an emphasis on insolvency and
restructuring and estates litigation. He assists clients and senior lawyers on a
wide variety of matters, including contract and property disputes, insolvency
files including receivership, CCAA, bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings,
wills variation claims, and trusts litigation. He has appeared before the
Supreme Court of British Columbia, the British Columbia Court of Appeal and
the Supreme Court of Canada.
After completing an undergraduate degree at UBC, Mr. Boucher attended law
school at Dalhousie University, earning a Schulich Scholarship for academic
excellence and community service. He completed summer articles in 2010,
before studying at the National University of Singapore on exchange in his
third year of law school. He clerked at the Supreme Court of British Columbia
in 2012 and completed his full articles in early 2013.