Municipal Law Associate Curtis Auch began working at Brownlee LLP in 2016 as a Summer Law Student, and continued with the firm as an Articling Student (Student-at-Law) from July 2018 to July 2019.
It was not until fairly late in his articling year that Curtis got his first taste of municipal work. Once he did, he found that he loved the variety and complexity of municipal law and he never looked back.
In September 2019, he was called to the Bar and accepted by Brownlee LLP as an Associate in its Municipal Practice Group.
Curtis assists municipalities and other organizations with various municipal and administrative legal issues. He strives to support his clients’ positions by producing high-quality written arguments at the administrative and court levels.
- Administrative Boards and Tribunals
- Municipal and Public Sector
- Municipal Enforcement Practice
- Municipal Governance and Authority
- Municipal Planning and Development
- Privacy and Access to Information
- Member, Law Society of Alberta
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Alberta Law Review, Past Co-Editor-in-Chief
Being able to solve puzzles and plan out a strategy – it feels great to get ahead of practical and legal problems by anticipating them before they happen.