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Faculté de droit

Peter A. Allard School of Law

Admission au barreau

Colombie-Britannique, 2017

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Jack Ruttle is an associate in our Litigation group in Vancouver. He represents clients in a wide range of commercial disputes, and has particular expertise in public and administrative law, class actions, tort claims, and infrastructure matters.

Jack is a thoughtful and creative litigator who excels at finding pragmatic solutions to complex legal issues. He believes his client’s particular strategic and business needs should remain top of mind when managing disputes on their behalf. Jack is known for his respectful and collegial approach to litigation, and his ability to build productive working relationships with clients and opposing counsel, all of which helps him efficiently advance his clients’ interests.

Jack has extensive commercial litigation experience. He has appeared and argued at all levels of court in British Columbia, has worked on matters in the Supreme Court of Canada, and has represented clients in commercial arbitrations, mediations, administrative hearings and regulatory investigations. His practice also includes pre-litigation advisory work.

Jack joined McCarthy Tétrault as a summer student in 2015, returned to article, and then became an associate in 2017. Before rejoining the firm in 2023, Jack spent several years working as counsel at the BC Ministry of Attorney General, where he honed his civil litigation expertise and gained deeper insights into the governmental and administrative issues he helps his private sector clients navigate.

Before beginning his legal career, Jack earned a Juris Doctor in 2017 from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. Prior to law school, he received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (with Distinction) from Simon Fraser University.

Jack was called to the British Columbia bar in 2017. He is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Canadian Bar Association.