Paul J. McMullan MBA, LLB.

  • Is a member in good standing of the Appraisal Institute of Canada and is a Candidate Member of the Appraisal Institute of Canada working towards accreditation. As a candidate, he is currently enrolled in the University of British Columbia Real Estate Division with an expected graduation of December, 2015.
  • Graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1992 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) and from the same institution in 1995 with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB). Mr. McMullan graduated from Queen’s University (Kingston, ON) in 2005 with a Masters in Business Administration and in 2010 received a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from the University of Winnipeg.
  • Has been providing technical assistance to accredited appraiser’s since 1988 and has been apprenticing under the tutelage of Mr. Bernie McMullan AACI (Fellow), P. App., C. Arb., SR/WA, FRI, C.I.M., A.A.M and Mr. Dennis T. Browaty AACI, P.App
  • Is a Partner in the firm of McMullan Associates since 2002, where he consults on matters of strategic planning, market analysis and business development. Clients have included various federal government departments, such as Industry Canada and Western Economic Diversification, business start-ups, and not-for profit organizations.
  • Co-authored a 2013 report commissioned by the Land Value Appraisal Commission (Manitoba) outlining the impact of the presence of hydroelectric transmission lines on agricultural property values
  • Has practiced as an Arbitrator since 1996 and is a member in good standing of the ADR Institute of Canada. Mr. McMullan was the founding President of the ADR Institute of Manitoba, Inc. and a National Director of the ADR Institute of Canada in 2013-2014.
  • Established the law firm of Sullivan McMullan Barristers and Solicitors and was and Managing Partner from 1996 until 2002. He has appeared as counsel before various levels of Court including Queen’s Bench, the Manitoba Court of Appeal, and Federal Court of Canada and before multiple administrative tribunals.