Criminal & Family Lawyer

Courtney L. Caldwell

Courtney was born and raised in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia. She moved to Prince George, British Columbia to attend the University of Northern British Columbia. There, she completed her Undergraduate Degree in the Faculty of Arts where she received a double major in Political Science and International Studies. She later moved to Edmonton, Alberta where she attended the University of Alberta to complete her law degree.

While completing her law degree Courtney was involved
with Student Legal Services, where she specifically handled criminal files. Throughout her last year at law school she did a practicum with the Youth Criminal Defence Office, where she gained experience dealing with Youth matters in Provincial Court. Courtney then Articled with the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, a non-profit organization that provides free legal services to low-income individuals. Here, she gained first hand experience in a wide variety of legal fields including: Residential Tenancy Law, Human Rights Law, Employment Law, and Family Law. She also spent a portion of her Article with Dawson Duckett Shaigec & Garcia Barristers and Trach Law, where she focused solely on Criminal Law.

Courtney has gained experience in an array of Administrative Tribunal Hearings, and has represented clients in both Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench.

She specializes in criminal and family law. In the area of criminal defence, she specifically deals with matters of assault, impaired driving, drug possession, trafficking, domestic violence, weapons, and sexual assault matters. Her family practice involves specialization in divorce, child custody, common-law separation and child welfare matters.

Courtney practices in Edmonton, rural Alberta and British Columbia. She offers a free consultation and is available to discuss a variety of legal issues.

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