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Curley, Allison Anne

Curley, Allison Anne - Vancouver, BC

800 West Pender StreetSuite 310Vancouver, BC V6C- 2V6, Canada

Updated: 10/04/2018

Vancouver Adult Guardianship Lawyer

Overview

Allison A. Curley joined McLellan Herbert in 2017 as an Articled Student after graduating from the Juris Doctor program at Thompson Rivers University. Before joining McLellan Herbert, Allison was a Legal Research Student with the British Columbia Law Institute and the Canadian Centre for Elder Law in 2017, and the Law Foundation of British Columbia in 2016. During law school, Allison volunteered as a Student Clinician with Thompson Rivers University's Community Legal Clinic. Allison also...

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