Brandon Hicks is an associate in the firm’s Regina office who focuses his practice on corporate and transactional matters. Mr. Hicks maintains a general business and commercial law practice including real estate & condominium development, corporate governance, and not-for-profit corporate advising. He has experience preparing and reviewing legal agreements for a wide range of corporate and commercial matters. In addition, he also assists clients in the entertainment industry work creatively while protecting their creative rights and property.

Brandon has been appointed to the Development Appeals Board for the City of Regina. The term of his appointment is January 1, 2021 to December 31, 2023. The Development Appeals Board is a quasi-judicial board, appointed by City Council. It is an administrative tribunal, created by government to provide the public with an accessible, independent and competent forum for a review of decisions in matters that affect the public’s economic, cultural and personal interests.

Brandon received a B.Comm in Management from the University of Saskatchewan with High Honours and Great Distinction, where he studied international trade barriers under the direction of Dean Grant E. Isaac. He then completed his Juris Doctorate while attending the University of British Columbia. During his studies in Vancouver, he held a research assistant position, assisting with a prominent theatre naming rights agreement in West Vancouver. As a university student he sat on the UBC Law Rugby Team Executive. 

Bar Admission

  • Saskatchewan, 2015


  • Juris Doctor, University of British Columbia, 2014
  • Bachelor of Commerce (with High Honours & Great Distinction), 2006, University of Saskatchewan

Community Involvement

  • Regina Folk Festival, Volunteer

Memberships & Associations

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Regina Bar Association

Business Law, University of Regina, Sessional Lecturer, 2015 – Present

Statutory Update: Recent Amendments to The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code”, Law Society of Saskatchewan workshop, June 2015, M. Phillips & B. Hicks

“Did You Intend for that Letter to Be Binding – A contextual Analysis of Letters of Intent”, Law Society of Saskatchewan workshop, September 2014, D. Tchorzewski & B. Hicks