Meet the Team
Dawson Mullin received his undergraduate degree from the University of Victoria in 2004 and his law degree from Bond University in Australia in 2007. He started Dawson Mullin Law Corp in 2011 and has since built one of the busiest real estate law practices in Victoria.
Dawson has substantial experience and knowledge in the areas of residential and commercial real estate and mortgage transactions. Each year he assists thousands of clients buying, selling and mortgaging property all over British Columbia. Dawson also practices in the areas of estate planning and corporate law.
In his spare time, Dawson enjoys travelling, sports and spending time with his young family and friends.
Please contact Dawson 250-590-1154 with any legal questions you may have.
Lee T.J. Fisher is a graduate of the University of Alberta Law School (LL.B.) and the University of Victoria for his undergraduate degree (B.A. Sociology). He has practiced law in the Province of British Columbia since 1998 primarily in Vancouver, Victoria and Salt Spring Island. He has extensive experience and expertise in the areas of secured transactions, real estate and property law including real estate development, mortgages, financing and lending law, wills and estate planning, estate administration and probates, corporate and commercial law, leases, and negotiating settlements of civil disputes.
Lee also has experience in the courts of British Columbia having practised civil litigation for over 5 years early in his legal career. He has extensive courtroom and trial experience, including jury trial experience which he finds of great assistance to his current solicitor’s practice, particularly with regard to the importance of drafting well worded, clear, concise and precise documents. Mr. Fisher litigated many cases in the areas of insurance, motor vehicle, personal injury, forest fire law, municipal law, libel and defamation, commercial disputes and environmental and real property disputes. He acted as co-counsel on numerous cases with a former B.C. Provincial Court judge, as well as a current B.C. Supreme Court judge, prior to his appointment to the Bench.
Lee employs a pragmatic and economically prudent approach to his practice and is committed to providing a superior level of expertise and service to his clients. He also enjoys being actively involved in the community by volunteering as a coach and manager and fundraiser for his two daughters’ baseball, fastball and hockey teams for several years and supporting numerous other worthy charities, causes and sporting organizations and events including various charity golf tournaments.
Outside of his busy law practice, Lee enjoys spending time with his two daughters and French Bulldog Floki. He keeps active playing golf, weight training and being a fervent fan of MLB, NFL and NHL.
Dylan Taylor joins Dawson Mullin Law after being called to the bar in 2021.
Dylan arranges and facilitates buying, selling, refinancing, and managing residential real estate throughout British Columbia. Dylan also advises clients on mortgage transactions, contracts, and tenancy disputes. In addition to his real estate practice, Dylan assists clients with their estate planning needs.
Dylan works closely with his clients to ensure that he has accurately and fully explained the intricacies and complexities that may arise during their transaction. He is committed to reducing the stress associated with the purchase, sale, or refinance of real estate. As such, Dylan prides himself on being available to answer his client’s questions before, during, and after the closing of a transaction. To ensure that his clients are well taken care of, Dylan is easily reached by phone, e-mail, text messaging, or even a DM on Instagram [@yyjlawyer].
Dylan completed his JD at Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law (TRU) in 2020. As a law student, Dylan was the recipient of the Dean’s Course Prize in Legislation, Administration, and Policy, sat on TRU’s Admissions Committee, and served as an Editor for TRU’s faculty law journal. He also was a finalist in the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada, which he now coaches.
Dylan grew up in Campbell River before moving to Victoria in the summer of 2008. Prior to attending law school, he graduated from the University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science in 2014. In his spare time, Dylan enjoys travelling, golfing, playing ice hockey, and watching NFL games.