“I believe a lawyer’s background shapes a client’s legal experience. My cattle ranching background has taught me to use a common sense approach when acting for a client and to ensure that client has a clear understanding of their legal matter.​”


Brett grew up in the North Okanagan and dedicates a lot of time giving back to the community that raised him. Brett’s practice focuses on corporate and commercial law, real estate, agricultural law, wills, estates and trusts law.


Bachelor of Arts, Criminology
Simon Fraser University

Juris Doctor
Thompson Rivers University

Areas of

We are experienced in all aspects of business law for your corporation, organization, joint venture or partnership.

We can help answer these questions and assist you in completing your tasks efficiently, avoiding common pitfalls and protecting you from liability.

Agriculture has become a complicated business, filled with many legal and tax related problems. As time goes on the handshake deals become more and more risky as the disputes go to court and cost considerable amounts of money.

Rely on us to guide you through the conveyance process in a friendly and straightforward way.

A Will is only one aspect of an Estate plan. We advise our clients on a variety of legal structures to preserve wealth.

Issues can arise in estate plans and we are here to advise executors, beneficiaries and family on legal concerns.

Our solicitors provide knowledgeable advice to developers, lenders, vendors & buyers for all types of real estate transactions.

Focused on Community

Brett A. Squair*

Brett is a Partner at Davidson Lawyers LLP. His practice focuses primarily in the areas of business law, real estate, estate planning and estate administration and probate, and agricultural law.

Brett was born and raised on a cattle ranch in the Okanagan. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University and his Juris Doctor from Thompson Rivers University Brett returned to the Okanagan to raise a family and practice law in the community he grew up in.

When Brett is not working, he is either spending time with his wife and their three children, working on his family’s ranch and woodlot, or giving back to his community. Brett is a director of the Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce, a director of the British Columbia Cattlemen’s Association and a Director of the North Okanagan Livestock Association.

Brett’s hobbies include hiking, camping and volleyball.