Azalea Jin practices business and regulatory law, working with clients from wide-ranging industries, businesses private and public, entrepreneurs and professionals. She specializes in complex, multimillion dollar transactions and projects, liaising with multiple stakeholders and regulators.
Clients rely on her for advice from business development and operations to decommissioning and sale, including:
- incorporation, shareholder agreements, joint ventures,
- service and lease agreements, compensation agreements,
- purchase and sale of businesses, and financing,
- corporate governance and regulatory compliance,
- regulatory and permitting requirements and approvals,
- land, environment, remediation and indigenous issues on development projects; and
- in-house consulting for corporations
With over 20 years of experience, Azalea has worked with numerous clients, including multi-national corporations and federal government agencies on matters of national interest. She was also appellate counsel with a utilities tribunal and an articled student with the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Azalea has appeared as counsel on matters before various regulatory bodies including the British Columbia Environmental Assessment Board, British Columbia Oil and Gas Commission, the National Energy Board, the Alberta Utilities Commission, and the Ontario Energy Board. She has also successfully represented clients before the British Columbia Supreme Court, and the British Columbia, Alberta and Federal Courts of Appeal.
Azalea is a member of both the British Columbia and Alberta Bars, past Vice President of the CBA, Administrative Law section, and an active member of the Canadian Bar Association and Victoria Bar Association.
In her spare time, Azalea enjoys staying active with her family, hiking, backcountry camping and traveling.