Mollie Clark

Associate

She/Her/Hers

Maintaining a broad litigation practice, Mollie is part of our insurance, health, and privacy, defamation and media law groups.

Biography

Mollie has a general civil litigation practice representing clients in professional liability, bodily injury, product liability, bad faith claims, and privacy matters. She also represents clients before various administrative tribunals, including the Safety Standards Appeal Board, Residential Tenancy Branch, Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal, Human Rights Tribunal, and Civil Resolution Tribunal.

Mollie has appeared before the British Columbia Provincial Court, Supreme Court, and Court of Appeal. She has experience with chambers proceedings, hearings, and trial. She also has experience with alternative dispute resolution mediums.

Mollie is a founding director of the Hutch Fund Society, a charity founded in North Vancouver that fundraises for the mental health community. Prior to working with the Hutch Fund Society, she volunteered at various other organizations including the Atira Women’s Resource Society, Pro Bono Students Canada, Access Pro Bono Society of BC and GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre.

Having articled with Harper Grey, Mollie has spent the bulk of her legal career at the Firm.

Assistance Team
Legal Administrative Assistant

Karen Liu

Legal Administrative Assistant

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Expertise
Education
  • University of Victoria, J.D., 2018

  • University of British Columbia, B.A., 2013

Bar Admission
  • British Columbia, 2019
Languages spoken
  • English
Experience
Professional Credentials
Leadership
  • Hutch Fund Society, Director of Marketing
  • Life in Law, Guest Blogger
Memberships
  • Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch, Member
  • The Law Society of British Columbia, Member

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Give an inch, but they can’t take a mile: where an insurer is bound to coverage through the implied or ostensible authority of a broker, coverage will be limited to the scope of the representation made to the insured
Give an inch, but they can’t take a mile: where an insurer is bound to coverage through the implied or ostensible authority of a broker, coverage will be limited to the scope of the representation made to the insured Give an inch, but they can’t take a mile: where an insurer is bound to coverage through the implied or ostensible authority of a broker, coverage will be limited to the scope of the representation made to the insured Give an inch, but they can’t take a mile: where an insurer is bound to coverage through the implied or ostensible authority of a broker, coverage will be limited to the scope of the representation made to the insured
A battle between experts is to be fought in a trial proper: conflicts in expert evidence weigh against suitability for summary trial
A battle between experts is to be fought in a trial proper: conflicts in expert evidence weigh against suitability for summary trial A battle between experts is to be fought in a trial proper: conflicts in expert evidence weigh against suitability for summary trial
The Court will not interpret coverage under an insurance policy so generously so as to amount to ignoring the terms and wording of a policy
The Court will not interpret coverage under an insurance policy so generously so as to amount to ignoring the terms and wording of a policy The Court will not interpret coverage under an insurance policy so generously so as to amount to ignoring the terms and wording of a policy
Mollie Clark to Participate in UBC Women at Work Panel
Mollie Clark to Participate in UBC Women at Work Panel Mollie Clark to Participate in UBC Women at Work Panel
Harper Grey proud to support and attend TLABC Oral Advocacy Society Panel Event
Harper Grey proud to support and attend TLABC Oral Advocacy Society Panel Event Harper Grey proud to support and attend TLABC Oral Advocacy Society Panel Event
What you don’t know can hurt you: an exclusion clause for failure to prevent an assault may exclude coverage for negligently failing to prevent assault without having any direct knowledge the assault was going to occur
What you don’t know can hurt you: an exclusion clause for failure to prevent an assault may exclude coverage for negligently failing to prevent assault without having any direct knowledge the assault was going to occur What you don’t know can hurt you: an exclusion clause for failure to prevent an assault may exclude coverage for negligently failing to prevent assault without having any direct knowledge the assault was going to occur
Once and for all: a definition for a term that appears in an insurance policy applies to the same term appearing in an excess endorsement unless the endorsement explicitly modifies the definition
Once and for all: a definition for a term that appears in an insurance policy applies to the same term appearing in an excess endorsement unless the endorsement explicitly modifies the definition Once and for all: a definition for a term that appears in an insurance policy applies to the same term appearing in an excess endorsement unless the endorsement explicitly modifies the definition
Stay in your own lane: when asked to review a decision of an administrative tribunal, the Court ought to decline jurisdiction where there is another process available that is more appropriate to the adjudication of the claim
Stay in your own lane: when asked to review a decision of an administrative tribunal, the Court ought to decline jurisdiction where there is another process available that is more appropriate to the adjudication of the claim Stay in your own lane: when asked to review a decision of an administrative tribunal, the Court ought to decline jurisdiction where there is another process available that is more appropriate to the adjudication of the claim
You make the rules, or else you have to play fair: a society is entitled to create its own procedures, and in doing so may violate some principles of natural justice, as long as it does so expressly in its bylaws
You make the rules, or else you have to play fair: a society is entitled to create its own procedures, and in doing so may violate some principles of natural justice, as long as it does so expressly in its bylaws You make the rules, or else you have to play fair: a society is entitled to create its own procedures, and in doing so may violate some principles of natural justice, as long as it does so expressly in its bylaws
No harm, no foul.  Where a breach of procedural fairness has been established, the Court will not find there was a reviewable error unless the breach affected the outcome
No harm, no foul.  Where a breach of procedural fairness has been established, the Court will not find there was a reviewable error unless the breach affected the outcome No harm, no foul. Where a breach of procedural fairness has been established, the Court will not find there was a reviewable error unless the breach affected the outcome
I take it back! In certain circumstances, an administrative body can correct a breach in procedural fairness by reopening the relevant decision
I take it back! In certain circumstances, an administrative body can correct a breach in procedural fairness by reopening the relevant decision I take it back! In certain circumstances, an administrative body can correct a breach in procedural fairness by reopening the relevant decision
Fair is fair: where statutory interpretation is the core issue decided upon following written and oral submissions, it is not procedurally unfair for the decision maker to rely on a particular term contained in the regulations being interpreted about which submissions were not specifically made
Fair is fair: where statutory interpretation is the core issue decided upon following written and oral submissions, it is not procedurally unfair for the decision maker to rely on a particular term contained in the regulations being interpreted about which submissions were not specifically made Fair is fair: where statutory interpretation is the core issue decided upon following written and oral submissions, it is not procedurally unfair for the decision maker to rely on a particular term contained in the regulations being interpreted about which submissions were not specifically made
There are no shortcuts to judicial review: judicial review will not be available where there is an adequate alternative remedy.  A limited right of appeal from decisions of an administrative body to the Court constitutes an adequate alternative remedy
There are no shortcuts to judicial review: judicial review will not be available where there is an adequate alternative remedy.  A limited right of appeal from decisions of an administrative body to the Court constitutes an adequate alternative remedy There are no shortcuts to judicial review: judicial review will not be available where there is an adequate alternative remedy. A limited right of appeal from decisions of an administrative body to the Court constitutes an adequate alternative remedy
That’s reasonable, right? The standard of review regarding questions of procedural fairness met by an administrative decision maker is not correctness, but rather whether the standard of fairness required by the common law has been met
That’s reasonable, right? The standard of review regarding questions of procedural fairness met by an administrative decision maker is not correctness, but rather whether the standard of fairness required by the common law has been met That’s reasonable, right? The standard of review regarding questions of procedural fairness met by an administrative decision maker is not correctness, but rather whether the standard of fairness required by the common law has been met
It’s all in the context: the content of hospital privileges and assessment of what constitutes constructive revocation of privileges is highly contextual, to be examined on a case by case basis
It’s all in the context: the content of hospital privileges and assessment of what constitutes constructive revocation of privileges is highly contextual, to be examined on a case by case basis It’s all in the context: the content of hospital privileges and assessment of what constitutes constructive revocation of privileges is highly contextual, to be examined on a case by case basis
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