James Butlin, Q.C.
Since being called to the Alberta Bar in 1972, James A. Butlin has amassed an abundant knowledge of the law and has gained extensive experience in litigation, personal injury cases, and trial proceedings. These assets allow him to seek the maximum settlement for clients entitled to damages related to a personal injury case.
Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Jim was involved with many serious criminal trials. From 1973 to 1976, he represented clients in both Southern Alberta and British Columbia’s interior. After this period, he returned to Alberta to assist in a major homicide trail. During his time in British Columbia, Jim had the great fortune of practising both civil and criminal litigation within the assize system, giving him hands-on experience in his early career.
Jim has represented the Administrator in serious civil litigation cases related to the Motor Vehicle Accident Claims Act. He has also worked extensively in serving plaintiffs, as well as contractual files.
Today, Jim still enjoys his practice and maintains a legal focus in the areas of:
Personal Injury Litigation
Probate & Administration of Estates
Bachelor of Arts, 1967 – University of Calgary
Bachelor of Laws, 1971 – University of British Columbia
Called to the Alberta Bar, 1972
National Cutting Horse Association
Member of the Southern Alberta Pioneers
American & Canadian History
Political & Sports History
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