Avneet Dhillon

Avneet Dhillon

403-476-5730

adhillon@poolelawyers.com

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Avneet Dhillon

Associate

I joined the legal profession with the primary goal of making a meaningful impact on the lives of individuals facing significant challenges and navigating imbalances of power. Working with Poole Lawyers has allowed me to fulfill this objective, contributing to our commitment to assist individuals and uphold the high standards within the legal profession.

At Poole Lawyers, our focus lies in malpractice within the legal profession, complemented by a comprehensive range of services covering professional malpractice and complex civil and commercial litigation. It is a privilege to be part of a team dedicated to helping those in need, aligning seamlessly with my initial aspiration to support individuals facing complex legal situations.

Before commencing my journey to becoming a lawyer, I pursued a Bachelor of Science. The shift towards a legal route was prompted by my volunteer work, providing me with valuable insights into the intricacies of the legal profession. During law school, I further deepened my understanding through volunteer work at Campus Legal Services, assisting students with legal issues and gaining hands-on experience in helping individuals navigate the complexities of the legal system.

Outside of my legal pursuits, I find joy in spending quality time with my wife and two dogs. My interests extend to fitness and culinary endeavors, providing a well-rounded balance to my life.

Experience:

2022 – Joined Poole Lawyers as an Associate Lawyer

2022 – Admitted to the Law Society of Alberta

2020 – present — Worked at Poole Lawyers gaining extensive experience in civil litigation and professional negligence. I worked on complex files that covered many areas of law.

2019 — Worked as a Winter Legal Student at Shory Law where I worked on files with both immigration and criminal considerations.

2018 – 2020 — Volunteered at Campus Legal Services through Pro Bono Students Canada where I handled residential tenancy disputes.

Education:

2021 — Juris Doctor – University of Saskatchewan College of Law

2013 – 2017 — Bachelor of Arts – Law & Society, University of Calgary

2011 – 2013 — Bachelor of Science – Biology, University of Saskatchewan