Brodie Noga

Brodie Noga

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 236.429.2802



Bar Admission

British Columbia, 2021

Ontario, 2018


McGill University, B.C.L./LL.B.

McGill University, M.A.

Simon Fraser University, B.A.


English, French

Brodie is a Vancouver litigator whose practice includes complex, high stakes disputes involving appellate litigation, administrative and constitutional litigation, and class actions defense. He regularly appears in courts across Canada, including the Supreme Court of Canada, all levels of court in British Columbia and Ontario, and the Manitoba Court of King’s Bench.

Brodie also has an active pro bono and public interest advocacy practice, and in 2023 was named to Pro Bono Ontario’s Honour Roll.

Brodie received his law degree from McGill University where he graduated with the Aimé Geoffrion Medal.  After graduating he served as a law clerk to the Honourable Justice Gascon of the Supreme Court of Canada. Prior to joining Osler in 2021, Brodie practiced at a Toronto litigation boutique.

  • Business Council of Alberta

    Significant decision at the Supreme Court of Canada: five judge majority finds the Impact Assessment Act unconstitutional

    • Vigil Health Solutions in its acquisition by ASSA ABLOY
    • Amarillo Gold Corporation in its acquisition by Hochschild Mining PLC
    • Crystal Peak Minerals Inc. in a reverse takeover acquisition by Western Exploration LLC
    • Spence et al. v. Manitoba et al., 2023 MBKB 107: acted for government respondent in response to motion regarding contents of consultation record
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  • Honour Roll: Pro Bono Ontario, 2023
  • Aimé Geoffrion Medal for second highest standing upon graduation
  • The Elizabeth Carmichael Monk, Q.C., Property Law Prize
  • De Grandpré Chait Real Estate Award
  • Daniel Mettarlin Memorial Scholarship
  • Dean’s Honour List
  • Hydro-Québec Entrance Scholarship

  • Canada v Power: Represented the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association at the Supreme Court of Canada in appeal concerning Charter damages
  • R v. Sharma: acted for applicant seeking leave to appeal at the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Democracy Watch v British Columbia (Lieutenant Governor): acted for public interest group in British Columbia Supreme Court application concerning British Columbia’s Constitution Act
  • Linkletter v. Proctorio, Incorporated, 2022 BCCA 313: acted for the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association in an application to intervene in an appeal concerning anti-SLAPP legislation.
  • Volunteer Lawyer, Supreme Court of Canada Leave Application Assistance Program

  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Model of Deference: Justice Gascon’s Legacy to Administrative Law, Supreme Court Law Review, Forthcoming
  • Shantona Chaudhury, Cristina Senese and Brodie Noga, Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 63 - Stay Pending Appeal in Civil Procedure and Practice in Ontario, Noel Semple (ed.), Canadian Legal Information Institute
  • Key Policy Reforms: Improving Bargaining Unit Certifications, (August 2017) Canadian Foundation for Labour Rights