Jack Stout is completing his articles with Brownlee LLP, after previously joining the firm as a summer student.
In his first year of the Juris Doctor program at the University of Alberta, Jack won the University’s Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada and will be competing in Toronto next year.
Before coming to Law School, Jack completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction from MacEwan University with a double major in Philosophy and Political Science. In his time at MacEwan he also became a published author through the creative writing program.
Throughout his first year of law school Jack volunteered with Student Legal Services. He also continues to volunteer at the community elementary school he attended.
Outside of his articling, Jack is highly involved and interested in the world of sports. As a competitive athlete for 15 years, Jack spends much of his time playing golf and soccer in the summer, and hockey and skiing in the winter. He also enjoys playing piano, juggling, and travelling.
As an Articling Student, Jack has the pleasure of working in a variety of practice areas at Brownlee LLP.
- Law Society of Alberta (Student-at-Law status)
I’ve always enjoyed oral advocacy and my interest in building and responding to arguments led me to a career in law.
Brownlee’s client focused approach piqued my interest as it allows for a greater capacity for teamwork. Additionally, Brownlee’s large municipal law practice area enables me to engage with an area of law I wouldn’t be exposed to at most firms.