Chris Wullum

Associate

Chris is an accomplished civil litigation counsel in the areas of medical malpractice, employment law, human rights and privacy claims, and defamation. Chris has particular experience and interest in representing families dealing with severe and complex injuries to children, including cases involving birth trauma and other personal injuries. He is a founding member of the Birth Injury Lawyers Alliance of Canada, a national group of lawyers working to promote the effective representation of children affected by avoidable injuries at or around the time of birth.

Chris is also very active in his local community serving as Chairperson for the Board of Directors of Ten Ten Sinclair Housing Inc. and is Vice-Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation.

Contact

cwullum@tappercuddy.com
direct: 204.944.3243
fax: 204.947.2593

Legal Assistant

Gwen Solmundson
gsolmundson@tappercuddy.com
direct: 204.944.3221
fax: 204.947.2593

Bar Admission

Called to the Manitoba Bar, 1997

Professional Activities

Associate at Tapper Cuddy LLP since 1997

Founding Member, Birth Injury Lawyers Alliance (BILA)

Member, Western Canadian Medical Malpractice Association

Member, American Association of Justice (AAJ)

Presented and authored papers on issues concerning medical malpractice, expert evidence, media and privacy law

Moot court trial and appeal judge, Advocacy program, Robson Hall Law School

Presenter on medical malpractice at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba

Community Activities

Chairperson, Board of Directors, Ten Ten Sinclair Housing Inc., which promotes accessible housing and support services for persons living with disabilities

Vice-Chairperson, Board of Directors, Children’s Rehabilitation Foundation, since 2017

Practice Areas

Education

Juris Doctor, University of Manitoba, 1996

Bachelor of Arts, University of Manitoba, 1991-1992

 

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