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A father of two young children, Christian understands how valuable time is for his clients as they joggle family, work and other priorities. It is for this reason that Christian believes that being responsive is key for a successful client-solicitor relationship.
Having advised individuals as well as small and large organizations, Christian understands legal issues from different perspectives. Whether you wish to start your own business with partners or need to negotiate a contract with a key client, Christian will be able to advise you by taking into account the various aspects that could impact your legal position.
A client-centred practitioner who values the relationship with the individual he is working for above all, Christian knows that to earn the trust of his clients he must care about them and be ready to go the extra mile to help them with their legal issues.
As a sole practitioner, Christian is specialized in only a few areas of law where he knows he can help his clients effectively.
Bachelor of Laws 1991 - University of Montreal
M.Sc. 1997 - University of Paris
MBA (With Distinction) 2013 - University of Durham, UK
Quebec Bar (inactive) - 1992
Law Society of Alberta - 2019
Professional Associations & Volunteering
Canadian Bar Association
Edmonton Community Legal Centre
Association des juristes d'expression française de l'Alberta
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Christian Cormier carries on business as Prairie Advocate Law Office.
We provide family law, business law, litigation, and employment law services in English and French.
Nous offrons également nos services en français.
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