Meet Rajvir.

Rajvir Nagra, Lawyer in Abbotsford

Rajvir graduated from Simon Fraser University in 2016 where he received his B.A. with a major in Criminology and from the University of Manitoba Robson Hall, Faculty of Law with his Juris Doctor in 2021.


Areas of Practice

  • Construction Law
  • Civil Litigation


  • Received Juris Doctor in 2020
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More about Rajvir

Rajvir joins Linley Welwood LLP as an Associate Lawyer. He completed his bachelor’s degree at Simon Fraser University in 2016 where he received a B.A. with a major in Criminology and Certificate in Police Studies. Rajvir attended law school at the University of Manitoba Robson Hall Faculty of Law and completed his law degree in 2021. He was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2021.

During his tenure as a student, Rajvir volunteered at the University of Manitoba Criminal Law Clinic and the Legal Help Centre, where he frequently appeared at the Provincial Court of Manitoba and Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench. Rajvir also held the position of Law Representative on the school’s Senate Committee.

In his spare time, Rajvir enjoys exploring British Columbia on his motorcycle. He also enjoys playing hockey, working out, and golf.

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Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia, 2021


  • University of Manitoba Robson Hall, Faculty of Law
  • Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC

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