• Experienced Counsel and Litigator

    Christopher Buchanan

    Providing effective representation and timely legal advice on a range of matters
    for employers and businesses.

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OFFICE: Yellowknife

DIRECT LINE: 867.766.7688


      Labour & Employment

LAW SCHOOL: Dalhousie University

BAR ADMISSIONS: Northwest Territories (2013), Nunavut (2017)

Assistant: Kathy Hobbs

Assistant Phone: 867.766.7683

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Raised in Yellowknife, Chris understands the needs of clients in the Northwest Territories. Chris’ practice focuses on labour and employment, human rights, and general litigation. He has advised a variety of clients, including individuals, small businesses, insurers, condo corporations, Aboriginal governments, and multinational corporations. Most recently, Chris was counsel for the Government of the Northwest Territories for over five years.

Chris regularly appears before the Territorial and Supreme Courts of the Northwest Territories and occasionally appears before the Court of Appeal for the Northwest Territories and the Federal Court of Canada.

When he’s not assisting clients with their legal needs, Chris can be found traveling, hiking, SCUBA diving, practicing photography, and relaxing with some video games.


  • LL.B., Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University
  • B.Sc.H., University of Guelph

Professional Associations, Affiliations and Community Activities:

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Law Society of the Northwest Territories
  • Member, Law Society of Nunavut
  • Member, CBA National Board of Directors
  • Chair, CBA National Audit Committee
  • Member, CBA National Equality Committee
  • Past President, CBA-NT Branch
  • Past Chair, CBA-NT Labour and Employment Law Section
  • Past Chair, CBA-NT Civil Litigation Section
  • Past Chair, CBA-NT SOGIC Section
  • Vice-President for Life, Schulich School of Law Class 2011



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