Brad practices as a family law mediator and lawyer. He understands that separation and divorce is not just a legal change, but also one that involves a personal transition that affects family, friends and children.
With these important consequences in mind, he sees the role of “lawyer” as one of advocate, legal expert, and communication facilitator, helping client’s to make empowered decisions and overcome barriers to resolution. He provides advice to help clients solve problems quickly and effectively outside of Court, and will represent clients in litigation when appropriate and necessary.
Brad uses his extensive training and experience to advise clients on how to solve problems. He is well-known in the family law community in Calgary for negotiating out-of-court settlements, mediation, collaborative law, arbitration and litigation.
Brad teaches negotiation and mediation at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law and the Legal Education Society of Alberta.
Brad received his Master of Laws (LLM), in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Law School in June, 2016.
Brad served on several boards and organizations including Chair of the Association of Collaborative Professionals Calgary, and Chair of the Distress Centre Calgary. Brad is currently the Member at Large with the Canadian Bar Association – Family Law South subsection.
He is appointed to act as a Dispute Resolution officer at the Calgary Courts Center.