Joven Narwal is the founding partner of Narwal Litigation LLP, an Adjunct Professor at UBC Law, Past-President of the Vancouver Bar Association, and a former Crown prosecutor. He has made significant contributions to the legal community, through his leadership in the profession, academic engagement, and through his proven track record of success in high-stakes litigation.
Cheryl D’Sa, a civil litigator and dispute strategist, is the managing partner of the firm, an elected bencher of the Law Society of British Columbia, Past President of the Vancouver Bar Association and recipient of Business in Vancouver’s Top 40 under 40 award. She devotes her practice primarily to plaintiff personal injury.
Rachel Barsky is an associate of Narwal Litigation LLP, practicing part-time. She graduated from UBC’s Peter A. Allard School of Law in 2012. While a student at UBC, she founded UBC’s Law in Medicine group and worked as then-Dean Mary-Anne Bobinski’s research assistant from 2011-2012, focusing on health law. In her final year of law school, Ms. Barsky worked as lawyer Joan Rush’s research assistant for the Law Foundation of B.C.-funded report Help! Teeth Hurt: Government’s Obligation to Provide Timely Access for Dental Treatment to B.C. Adults Who Have Developmental Disabilities: A Legal Analysis. She also represented clients in Provincial Court as part of the UBC Law Criminal Clinic, among various other initiatives.
Ms. Boldt joined Narwal Litigation LLP as an associate after completing her articles with our firm. She received her J.D. from the Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University (TRU). She originally began with us as a Legal Administrative Assistant in February of 2014 and returned as a summer articled student and then an articled student. She has been an integral member of our team for many years.
Jonathan Salamati is an articled student at Narwal Litigation LLP. He graduated from UBC’s Peter A. Allard School of Law in 2019. Mr. Salamati also holds a Bachelor of Arts from UBC, graduating in 2016, with a major in psychology and a minor in sociology.