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B.A. 1984, University of British Columbia
LL.B. 1994, University of Victoria


British Columbia, 1995
Alberta, 2006


• Canadian Bar Association
• Calgary Bar Association
• Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association


Following a successful career as a journalist, Cary earned his Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Victoria in 1994. He won several academic awards and scholarships in law school and was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1995. Practicing personal injury and criminal defence law in Victoria, Cary was a partner in the highly regarded firm of Morino & Rodin until moving to Calgary in 2006. He practiced law with his brother Greg at Rodin Law Firm before joining Alberta Justice as a Crown Prosecutor. Cary went on to become Assistant Chief Crown Prosecutor and prosecuted a number of high profile murder, home invasion, and bank robbery cases. Cary teaches Trial Advocacy at the University of Calgary law school.

In 2013 Cary returned to private practice at the Rodin Law Firm where he now focuses on personal injury litigation. He has extensive trial and appellate experience at Provincial Court, Queen’s Bench, B.C. Supreme Court, and Court of Appeal levels. Cary’s trial experience is a tremendous asset to his clients.

A qualified pilot since 1977, Cary is an avid aviator and flies his own airplane. He competed in the Canadian Aerobatic Open Championship in 2002 and 2005, taking third place in his category both years. He is also a motorcycle enthusiast, certified SCUBA diver and is known to torture those within earshot with his guitar playing. He also plays trumpet in the Westwinds Bronze Jazz Ensemble.

I was injured in two motor vehicle collisions. I am forever grateful to Cary Rodin. Thanks to his skill and hard work my case settled for more than I expected and for substantially more than what the insurance companies initially offered. Cary and the entire Rodin Law Firm team consistently provided to me excellent professional service and made a difficult process much more bearable. At all times I felt I was in good hands.
— A.T.

I was in a debilitating MVA that cost me the use of my right arm and ended my career. Cary Rodin was my counsel and guided me through the legal process. I ultimately relieved a generous settlement due to his considerable efforts made on my behalf.
— V.I.C.