"Having spent most of my life on the west coast, I chose to work at Lawson because of the firm’s regional focus, supportive culture, and consistent recognition as a top-tier Canadian law firm."
Alex Corley is an articling student in the Vancouver office. Alex completed his law degree at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia. While at Allard, Alex received the Dean of the Peter A. Allard School of Law J.D. Entrance Scholarship, the John M.S. Lecky Foundation Award, and the Trial Lawyers Association of BC prize in civil litigation. Prior to attending law school he completed a Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy) at the University of British Columbia. While at Allard, Alex worked as a research assistant for Professor Andrew Martin on a range of projects concerning legal ethics for government lawyers in Canada.
In his past life, Alex held many jobs in the service industry and spent a year working abroad in Australia. Further, he spent time working with Maple Leaf Helicopters, a local helicopter brokerage company, on business development initiatives, including online marketing projects.
- Law Society of British Columbia, Member
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- Is Refusal to Wear a Mask the Basis for a Human Rights Complaint?, Labour and Employment Law Blog, April 12, 2021