Esteban joined Hutchison Oss-Cech Marlatt in 2018 after having worked at a well-established regional firm. His practice focuses on personal injury, labour and employment, environmental, and construction litigation.
Esteban was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2016. He obtained his Juris Doctor at the University of British Columbia, and Masters of Law (LLM) at the University of Calgary. His LLM paper Taking an Interest in Land: Comparing Rights under Expropriation and Aboriginal Law provides a comparative analysis of the procedural and substantive rights under mainstream and Aboriginal takings regimes. Esteban has appeared before the British Columbia Provincial and Supreme Courts, as well as various administrative boards and tribunals.
Following law school, Esteban interned with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and later with Jakarta-based Hukumonline – the premier legal information provider in Indonesia. He later worked with a non-governmental organization, implementing federal and provincial corrections law and policy throughout the Pacific Region. Prior to law school, Esteban coached and competed in triathlons internationally. He competed in International Triathlon Union [ITU] World Cup races, was an ITU Points-Race silver-medalist (Bogotá, Colombia), and twice qualified for the ITU World Championships.
Esteban is happy to bring his diverse background, demonstrated dedication, and work ethic to assist our clients. He works diligently to ensure their position is fully and fairly represented in the courtroom.