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Darryl Aarbo is a senior lawyer, and has appeared at all levels of Court in the Province of Alberta for over 22 years.
He received a Bachelor of Arts degree with Distinction from the University of Alberta and a Law degree in 1994 from Queen’s University. Darryl started his career at a labour and employment law firm on Bay Street and then moved back to his home province of Alberta where he was called to the Alberta Bar in 1997. He worked for a time with a large national firm in Calgary, and joined his current firm in Kensington, Calgary.
As a litigator, Darryl has run a number of trials and hearings in the Courts and tribunals, but prefers reaching a settlement that all parties can agree upon and prefers to use alternative dispute resolution where possible. Darryl litigates in a variety of areas of the law, with particular expertise in estates, family, employment, contracts and tort law.
As a solicitor Darryl manages a busy real estate and wills practice. He also acts for a number of companies and not-for-profit organizations as their corporate solicitor
Darryl was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2016. He was the Canadian Bar Association Alberta Branch “Unsung Hero” in March 2016. He is a volunteer board member for SOGIC at the Canadian Bar Association, has chaired various conferences for the Legal Education Society of Alberta, and is a volunteer first responder and ski patroller with the Canadian Ski Patrol, Mountain Division.
Darryl is also presently serving as a Member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
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