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Evan Podaima

Evan graduated from the University of Manitoba’s Faculty of Law after completing a business degree at the University of Winnipeg. His preferred area of practice is in Construction and Commercial Litigation.

Evan was fortunate to participate in the inter-law school mooting competitions, first as an oralist with the Davies Corporate Securities Moot and then as a researcher for the Fox Intellectual Property Moot. He has also participated in the Manitoba Court of King’s Bench Clerkship program offered through the Faculty of Law.

Personal Interests and Community Activities

Evan has long been involved in volunteer and leadership positions. This volunteerism started with students who were developmentally delayed. He has held numerous positions with the academic honour society at the University of Winnipeg. Later, during his time at the University of Manitoba, it included two terms (as an involved and outspoken) Student Senator for the Manitoba Law Students’ Association and sitting as the Students’ Representative on the University of Manitoba’s Senate Executive Committee. Evan currently sits on the Board of Regents of the University of Winnipeg, and as a member of their finance sub-committee.

Evan has a wide variety of interests, including running, mountain biking, and following the Winnipeg Jets (particularly their prospects.) However, most of his interests’ centre around good food and company. Starting from a time when he could barely stand, he imitated his father cooking on the grill with a toy set. His skills and ambition advanced over time, culminating in brief appearances as a guest chef in some local educational programming. He enjoys bringing his overzealous attention to detail in trying new dishes and cuisines, ruthless critiques of him and his father’s food, and attempting not to injure himself with searing flames or razor-sharp knives.

Awards and Honours

University of Manitoba
Outstanding Student from Robson Hall’s Graduating Class – The Centre for Advancement of Teaching and Learning – 2021
D.A. Thompson Q.C. Prize in Clinical Administrative Law – 2021
Teranet Manitoba’s Anderson Student Price for Excellence in Real Property – 2021
David Levin Memorial Prize in Real Estate Transactions – 2021
Gilbert T. Gregory Memorial Prize in Real Estate Transactions – 2021
Dean’s Honour List/ Pitblado Scholar - 2020
Jack Rice Memorial Prize in Administrative Law – 2020
Neil James MacDonald Memorial Prize for Criminal Law – 2019

University of Winnipeg
Selected by faculty members to represent the Faculty of Business and Economics at Awards Night - 2017
Buhler Scholarship in Business and Economics - 2017
James G. Oborne Scholarship (in Business and Humanities) - 2017
Buhler Business and Administration Major Scholarship - 2016
Fabrizio Di Muro Scholarship in Marketing - 2016
Empire Co. Future Leader Award - 2015
Academic Proficiency Scholarship – 2015 – 2017
Student of Highest Distinction – 2014 - 2017


Blurred Lines: A critical examination of the use of police officers and police employees as expert witnesses in criminal trials, Manitoba Law Journal, Manitoba Law Journal, 44:3 [Co-Authored with Professor Brandon Trask]
Cited by Lauwers J.A. in Ontario (Natural Resources and Forestry) v South Bruce Peninsula (Town), 2022 ONCA 315

Tithing to RNGesus – A New Testament [A Continued and Updated Look at Loot-Boxes in Video Games Targeting Children], Robson Criminal Law Blog, December 13th 2019 - Link

Tithing to RNGesus [A Critical Legal Analysis of Loot-Boxes in Video Games Targeting Children], Robson Criminal Law Blog, April 11th 2019 - - Link