Jonathan Milani is an associate lawyer with McDougall Gauley LLP. 

Jon earned his Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan, College of Law. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in History and a Certificate in Economics with Distinction from the University of Regina.

Jon maintains a general civil litigation practice. Jon has experience with large document production in litigation matters. Jon has drafted pleadings for all levels of court in Saskatchewan and argued before the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal.

During law school, Jon served as a Managing Editor of the Saskatchewan Law Review. He competed in the Donald G.H. Bowman National Tax Moot. He also served as a volunteer editor of the Caveat Lector.

Jon joined McDougall Gauley as a summer student in 2015 and articled with the firm in 2017-18.

Bar Admission

  • Saskatchewan, 2018

Education

  • Juris Doctor (Distinction), University of Saskatchewan, 2017
  • Certificate in Economics (Distinction), University of Regina, 2014
  • Bachelor of Arts, History (Distinction), University of Regina, 2012

Community Involvement

  • Legal Follies, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan, Volunteer, 2016
  • Student Success Centre, University of Regina, Tutor in Economics, 2013-2014

Awards & Recognition

  • Law Society of Saskatchewan Prize in Professional Responsibility, 2017
  • Saskatchewan Law Review Honour, 2017
  • College of Law Upper-Year JD Academic Achievement Scholarship, 2015
  • Miller Thomson National Entrance Scholarship, 2014
  • Academic Silver Prize, 2012
  • Academic Silver Scholarship, 2011
  • Mr. Roland O. Dunlop and Mrs. Annie Dunlop Memorial Scholarship in History, 2010
  • Academic Silver Scholarship, 2010

Memberships & Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Regina Bar Association
  • Caveat Lector, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan
    • Editorial Board, 2016-2017
  • Saskatchewan Law Review, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan
    • Editorial Board, 2015-2017

"Receiverships and Federal Paramountcy", College of Law/CREATE Justice Research Poster Competition, University of Saskatchewan, 2017

“Solicitor-Client Privilege and Income Tax Act Seizures: A Comment on Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des notaires du Quebec” (2017) 80:2 Saskatchewan Law Review 421

“Frustrating the Purpose of the Receivership Remedy: Federal Paramountcy in Saskatchewan (Attorney General) v. Lemare Lake Logging Ltd.” (2017) 80:1 Saskatchewan Law Review 253

Book Review of Solicitor-Client Privilege by Adam Dodek (2016) 79:2 Saskatchewan Law Review 330