Greg Rodin, Q.C. Recognized in the 2019 Edition of Best Lawyers in Canada
Rodin Law Firm is proud to announce that Greg Rodin Q.C., was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in the 13th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada for his work in Personal Injury Litigation. Greg’s Best Lawyers profile can be found here.
Greg is also “repeatedly recommended” in the Lexpert Legal Expert Directory, and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2009. In 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 of the law.”
Greg pursued his undergraduate education at the University of Manitoba, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts in 1975 before beginning law school that same year. Greg received several awards for high academic achievement in law school, and received his Bachelor of Laws in 1978. He was called to the Manitoba Bar in 1979, and gained extensive experience practicing criminal law with the highly respected firm of Wolch Pinx Tapper Scurfield in Winnipeg. Greg began practicing personal injury litigation in 1984, and has practiced almost exclusively in that field since that time. Greg became a partner at Wolch Pinx in 1986, and remained an active partner until 1997. Greg was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1995, and founded Rodin Law Firm in December 1997.
Greg has extensive trial and appellate court experience, and has acted as legal counsel in several high-profile cases. Notably, Greg was lead counsel for David Milgaard in connection with his precedent-setting lawsuit against the prosecutors and police involved in his wrongful conviction and incarceration, which ultimately led to a landmark compensation award. Greg has written numerous reports and studies on the subject of alternative automobile insurance compensation systems, and he has given several lectures and presentations to the Canadian legal community on the subject of personal injury litigation, chronic pain cases, and “beating the Cap” under Alberta’s Minor Injury Regulation.
Greg can be contacted by telephone at (403) 216-0385 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.