Meet Peter.

Peter Loewen, Partner

Peter Loewen was raised in Abbotsford. He focuses his litigation practice on all disputes concerning land such as: construction disputes, builders liens, lease disputes, property conveyance disputes and environmental contamination. Peter also prepares custom construction contracts and land leases.

Peter Loewen | Linley Welwood

Areas of Practice

  • Construction Law


  • Fierce advocator for clients
  • Focuses on construction law
  • Helps clients make informed decisions about litigation

More about Peter

Peter grew up on construction sites, in his youth he worked a Labourer, Framer and Form Worker. Peter obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration with a focus on Leadership in Management from Trinity Western University. During his time at Trinity Western University and thereafter, Peter worked for a construction company in a number of capacities including Site Supervisor, Project Manager and Property Manager.

Peter graduated from University of Manitoba’s law school in 2012 and was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2013.

Peter enjoys going to court and advocating fiercely on behalf of clients, however, he prides himself in providing practical advice to clients and helping them to understand the realities of their dispute. He helps his clients make informed decisions regarding litigation. There are business realities that clients should consider in addition to their strict legal rights. Peter listens to his client’s goals before designing a strategy to achieve those objectives.

Outside of the office, Peter loves spending time with his wife and three kids, camping, fishing and boating. He enjoys many different styles of music and plays guitar.

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Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia, 2013


  • Trinity Western University, Faculty of Business, Langley, BC
  • University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law, Winnipeg, MB

Read articles from Peter Loewen.

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Legal Requirements for Dissolving a Corporation

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The Role of Directors and Officers in Corporate Law

At Linley Welwood, we understand that the dynamics of corporate law can often seem complex to navigate. One of the key areas that often attracts questions is the role of…

Conflict Resolution: The War Path on Principled and Economic Approaches

Conflict Resolution: The War Path on Principled and Economic Approaches Trial in British Columbia is designed as a conflict resolution machine representing the final frontier of any given conflict.  It…

COVID 19 – Loss of Business Insurance

With the various government stay at home orders and quarantines, many businesses will be submitting claims to their insurer under loss of income or loss of business coverage. Insurers may…

Force Majeure and Frustration, in the Context of COVID-19

Force Majeure refers to a superior or irresistible force or an event or effect that cannot be reasonably anticipated or controlled.  In the legal context in British Columbia, it generally…

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