Our Family Law Team understands the emotional turmoil and financial reality many people face in matters of family law. We will assist and guide you through the issues and the process for your unique family law situation. Family law matters most often arise upon the breakdown of a family or when...
Claire Hunter is counsel at the firm and has a broad civil litigation, public and administrative law and appellate practice. She appears regularly as counsel at both the trial and appellate level, including all levels of court in British Columbia and the Supreme Court of Canada, and before...
Mr. Currie practices throughout western Canada (Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta) in the areas of corporate commercial law, municipal governance, environmental and administrative Law and real property litigation involving oil and gas interests.
Jim has practiced exclusively in the area of litigation for over 30 years, with extensive experience in a broad range of matters. Appointed Queen's Counsel in 2008, Jim is a founding lawyer of Wilson Laycraft. He has an active appellate practice. His current practice also focuses on representing...
Glenn Solomon was born and raised in Quebec. He moved to Calgary in 1980, where he completed high school. Between 1984 and 1988 Glenn studied Political Science at the University of Calgary, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree.
was born in Ljubuski, Hercegovina. He was raised primarily in Calgary, although he remains fluent in Croatian. Mr. Anic holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary (1989) and a law degree from the University of Alberta (1993).
Since his admission to the Bar, he has been with Walker, Dunlop. He has been an active member of the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. A Queen's Counsel, Peter served on the Council of the Society and on the Provincial Council of the Canadian Bar Association.
Eagle Law is owned, operated and managed by First Nations for the betterment of First Nation communities. Eagle Law has offices in Alberta, British Columbia, and the Yukon. At Eagle Law, our experienced legal team will provide excellent legal advice specially tailored to meet your community's...
Antoine’s practice is concentrated in the areas of expropriation law, municipal law, commercial law, litigation, administrative law and aboriginal law. - See more at: http://www.tdslaw.com/person/antoine-hacault#sthash.PHKuFDY7.dpuf
Barb is a partner in the firm. She is a Charlottetown native who has been practicing law since 1980. She received her B.B.A in 1976 from the University of Prince Edward Island and her LL.B. in 1979 from the University of New Brunswick.
George is the President of the Canadian environmental consulting firm de Romilly & de Romilly Limited, obtained his Masters Degree (LL.M) in Marine and Environmental Law from Dalhousie University in 1992, specializing in the areas of international environmental law,
Andrew's practice emphasis is in the areas of labour and human resources law, adminstrative law, litigation (civil and criminal), as well as intellectual property and information technology law. Prior to entering law, Andrew worked in international trade (Interimco Ltd., Ottawa, 1978-1979), arctic t
Canadian Bar Association (presently the Chair of Task Force on Automobile Insurance Reform, Chair of Administrative Law Section 2008-2010, Co-Chair of National Legal Conference in St. John’s, NL in 2006, former Chair in the Employment Law Section and Insurance Section,
Born and raised in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan, Mr. Keyes obtained a diploma in Applied Sciences from the Saskatchewan Technical Institute in 1984 and his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws degrees from the University of Saskatchewan in 1989. After articling in Red Deer,
Keith Mitchell was born in Vancouver, BC in 1945. He attended the University of British Columbia and attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1967, a Bachelor of Law degree in 1971, was called to the Bar of British Columbia in 1972, and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1985.