Alastair was born and raised in Edmonton, Canada. He has worked and lived in more than 20 cities around the world including Winnipeg (current home), Toronto (Canada), Montreal (Canada), Kingston (Canada), Victoria (Canada), Vancouver (Canada), New York City (USA), Washington, DC (USA), Tokyo (Japan), Esmeraldas (Ecuador), Brussels (Belgium), Herstmonceux (UK) and Bordeaux (France). Alastair provides legal services in English, French, Spanish and Japanese.
Alastair adopts a client-centred approach to ensure that clients understand every step in the process. As a former Junior High School teacher, Alastair works to make sure that no question goes unanswered.
Alastair’s broad work experience helps his clients from every corner of the globe:
Alastair’s career in law focuses on social justice issues, professionalism and fighting to make sure people are treated fairly. After graduating from one of Canada’s top law schools, Queen’s University (Faculty of Law) in Kingston, Ontario, he articled at Green and Spiegel LLP, an immigration law boutique on Bay Street in Toronto, Ontario.
From 2007 to the present, Alastair has provided more than 50 presentations, on a volunteer basis, to community groups, lawyers and paralegals. In particular, he trained Legal Clinic staff at their annual training retreats in 2009 and 2010, funded by Legal Aid Ontario. In 2012, Alastair joined the faculty at Seneca College in Toronto and taught Immigration and Refugee Law to post-graduate students. In Winnipeg, Alastair has provided guest lectures to law students at the University of Manitoba (Faculty of Law).
We work to ensure Clarke Law provides the best possible services for our clients. We encourage our clients to “shop around” and make sure they find the best representative to suit their needs. We work tirelessly to meet our high standards and our pricing & fees are transparent.
We look forward to serving you and helping you navigate Canadian immigration laws and regulations. Contact us for a consultation.