GREG RODIN, Q.C.
Phone: (403) 216-0385
Fax: (403) 216-0970
B.A. 1975, University of Manitoba
LL.B. 1978, University of Manitoba
DESIGNATIONS & AWARDS
• Queen's Counsel, 2009
• Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association President's Award, 2017
• Lexpert Ranked Lawyer, Lexpert Legal Expert Directory
•Recognized in the 2019 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada for Personal Injury Litigation
• Canadian Bar Association
• Calgary Bar Association
• Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
Greg received his post-secondary education at the University of Manitoba, where he obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in 1975 and his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1978. He won awards for high academic achievement in law school.
Greg was called to the Manitoba bar in 1979. He gained extensive trial experience practicing criminal law with the highly respected Winnipeg, Manitoba, law firm of Wolch Pinx Tapper Scurfield. In 1984 Greg began practicing personal injury litigation, and has practiced almost exclusively in that field since that time.
Greg was admitted to partnership in Wolch Pinx in 1986 and remained an active partner in the firm until January, 1997. He was admitted to the Alberta bar in 1995. He established the Rodin Law Firm in December, 1997.
Greg has extensive Trial and Appellate Court experience. He was legal counsel in a number of high profile cases, including lead counsel for David Milgaard in connection with his precedent setting lawsuit against the prosecutors and police involved in his wrongful conviction and incarceration that ultimately led to a landmark compensation award.
Greg has written reports and studies on the subject of alternative automobile insurance compensation systems that were presented to government and distributed to various groups including consumer interest organizations, provincial Law Societies and Trial Lawyers Associations throughout Western Canada and Ontario.
Greg has given several lectures and presentations to the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association and the Canadian Bar Association on the subject of personal injury litigation including conducting chronic pain cases and “beating the cap” under the Minor Injury Regulation. He recently appeared on the local news to discuss court delays and the impact on clients and the civil litigation process: Court Delays – CTV Calgary
Greg was appointed Queen’s Counsel in December, 2009. He is “repeatedly recommended” in the Lexpert Legal Expert Directory. In October, 2017, Greg received the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association President’s Award in recognition of his “distinguished contribution to the profession and the community and the advancement the law”. Greg was recognized in the 2019 edition of Best Lawyers in Canada for personal injury litigation
Greg enjoys running, working out, scuba diving, motorcycling, boating and spending time with his family.