Dylan M. Kozlick
Dylan Kozlick practices primarily in the area of civil litigation, with an emphasis on personal injury and employment law. He has a particular interest in helping clients receive fair compensation for soft tissue injuries, chronic pain and other injuries.
Prior to his career in law, Dylan practiced as a chiropractor and treated hundreds of patients for a variety of conditions, including neck pain, back pain, headaches and shoulder injuries. He graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic from Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2006, receiving the distinctions of Magna Cum Laude and Clinic Honours. After running a successful chiropractic clinic for several years, he suffered an injury which prevented him from continuing to practice as a chiropractor.
Dylan subsequently attended law school at the University of Victoria where he received a number of academic awards including: the Chris Considine Prize in Evidence, the Fasken Martineau DuMoulin Prize in Employment Law, the McCarthy Tetrault LLP Prize in Property, the Alexander Holburn Beaudin & Lang Scholarship and the Arvay Finlay Shield. He was also the president and founder of the UVic Civil Litigation Club.
Drawing on his experience as a chiropractor and his personal experience with an injury that changed the course of his own life, Dylan has a unique understanding of the challenges faced by clients that have been injured.
Memberships and Associations:
- College of Chiropractors of British Columbia, Non-practicing Member
- Law Society of British Columbia, Member
- Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, Member
- Canadian Bar Association, Member
- “Clinical Practice Guidelines and the Legal Standard of Care: Warnings, Predictions, and Interdisciplinary Encounters” (2011) 19 Health Law Journal
- “Pharmaceutical Class Actions and Effective Behaviour Modification: Avoiding Ford Pintos Through Punitive Damages” (2011) 7:2 The Canadian Class Action Review