Geoffrey Brisbin

Geoffrey Brisbin

Professional Background

Geoff obtained his Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary in 2012. Prior to attending law school, he graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he also earned a Master of Arts degree. Geoff has received numerous awards and acknowledgments throughout his academic career, and his published work is on deposit at the National Library in Ottawa, Ontario.

Throughout law school, Geoff was a dedicated volunteer with the University of Calgary’s Student Legal Assistance program, a non-profit organization that provides legal advice and services to those in the community who may not otherwise be able to afford it. During his tenure with Student Legal Assistance, Geoff acted as a case worker, trial advocate, and mentor to the program’s civil division. Unrestricted access to justice remains an important issue to him, and he continues to lend his time and apply his professional knowledge to various legal organizations.

In 2012, Geoff began his legal career as a Student-at-Law with Litco Law, and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2013. As a lawyer with the firm, Geoff continues to practice and develop his expertise in civil litigation, primarily focusing on personal injury matters, as well as on arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.

View paper, Minor Injury? I Don’t Think So! in the Articles section.

Personal Snapshot

When away from the office, Geoff can be found enjoying any sort of sporting event, taking in a museum or gallery exhibit, and when the weather permits, floating down the Bow River or playing softball.

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