Canadian Bar Association’s Alberta branch announces new board members

Moreover, she has experience resolving family law matters through alternative dispute resolution processes, such as mediation and arbitration. She has appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta.

Aside from her legal work, she has a keen interest in education and access to justice initiatives. She has supervised educational programs at Calgary’s Discovery House in association with Pro Bono Students Canada and notarizing identification documents through Calgary Legal Guidance. She also provides pro bono legal advice at various pop-up legal clinics and participates in the Canadian Bar Association’s annual Dial-A-Lawyer program.

Kormos has been an equity partner at Walsh LLP since 2013. His practice focuses primarily on estates and trusts, arbitration and mediation, and commercial litigation.

He is a current member of the CBA Alberta’s construction and liens and ADR sections. In addition, he is an elected member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ mental capacity SIG steering committee. The committee focuses on the increasing importance and relevance of capacity issues involved in inheritance and succession planning.

He previously chaired the CBA Alberta’s civil litigation and will and trusts sections. During his tenure, he attended regular briefings hosted by the Court of Queen’s Bench chief of justice and judicial members of the COVID-19 response team. He also served as an Alberta Council member.

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