PATRICK W. BIGG associate

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pbigg@brownleelaw.com
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Patrick Bigg is an insurance litigation associate lawyer with extensive trial experience in Provincial Court and the Queen’s Bench of Alberta.

Patrick’s practice areas include motor vehicle collisions, products liability, subrogation, fire and property losses, bodily injury, occupiers’ liability, coverage and commercial general liability defence.

Prior to joining Brownlee in June 2016, Patrick was an associate at a reputable criminal defence law firm in Edmonton. During his time there, he conducted

serious criminal trial matters and negotiated successfully on behalf of hundreds of clients.

Currently, Patrick sits as Chairman of the Board of Directors for Student Legal Services of Edmonton, the non-profit University of Alberta Law student legal clinic that provides free legal advice to low-income individuals in Edmonton and surrounding areas. Patrick was previously the Executive Coordinator as a law student and has volunteered with the organization since 2010.

Born in Edmonton and raised in Calgary,

Patrick holds a Bachelors of Arts in Sociology with Distinction from the University of Calgary (2010) and a law degree from the University of Alberta (2013). He was admitted to the Alberta bar in 2014.
Patrick chose law as his career as he enjoys challenges and the rewarding nature of advocating for people in times of conflict.
Patrick enjoys watching and playing hockey, football, golf, basketball, and soccer. He also enjoys travel, going to the gym, and listening to music.

REPRESENTATIVE WORK

  • Insurance Defence Litigation

MEMBERSHIPS

  • Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Edmonton Bar Association
  • Law Society of Alberta

WHY LAW?

I choose law as a career because I want to help people. I believe the legal system is one of the most important pillars to Canadian society. My father practiced law for over 30 years, and growing up with him as my role model, I always had a desire to pursue a legal career.