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Dunphy Best Blocksom
Dunphy Best Blocksom
Mon - Fri: 8 am - 4:30 pm MDT
Call us: 403.265.7777
“There is nothing more important than family, nothing more devastating than family breakdown and nothing more rewarding than fair and timely resolution.”
Anthony G. Young
Counsel

Anthony G. Young, Q.C.

Counsel

 

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As experienced and effective family counsel, Anthony Young uses negotiation, mediation, arbitration, collaboration, and the court process, when necessary, to bring many cases to successful resolution and help clients move on with their lives.

 

Anthony was elected a Bencher of the Law Society of Alberta in 2009 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2010. He is presently Chair of Alberta Law Foundation and is a frequent contributor to Law Matters — a publication of the Canadian Bar Association.

 

He has contributed to the profession through organizations such as the University of Calgary, the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education, the Legal Education Society of Alberta and the Association of Women Lawyers.

 

Anthony was born and raised in Calgary and attended the University of Calgary where he received his Juris Doctor. Subsequently, he attended Osgoode Hall Law School at York University where he obtained his Master of Laws.

Anthony G. Young, Q.C.

Counsel

 

  • Family Law

Anthony G. Young, Q.C.

Counsel

 

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Calgary Bar Association
  • Law Society of Alberta

Anthony G. Young, Q.C.

Counsel

 

  • CBA, Alberta Branch Editorial Committee of “Law Matters”, 2004 – Present
  • CBA Law Matters
    • “Three Stream Articling Where do we go from here?” Vol. 39 No. 1 2014
    • “Traditional Articling Can we stay the same?” Vol 39 No.1 2014
    • “The relevance of us” Vol. 38 No. 3 Fall 2013
    • “Avoiding and Resolving Disputes” Vol.38 No.2 Summer 2013
    • “It is (Is it?) Okay to be a sole practitioner” Vol. 38 No. 1 Spring 2013
    • “Times are Changing” Vol. 37 No.2 Summer 2012
    • “Old Wills in Vaults” Vol. 37 No.1 Spring 2012
    • “Moving Along” Alberta Rules of Court Vol. 36 No. 3 Fall 2011
    • “Law Life and Limits” Vol. 36 No.1 Spring 2011
    • “Unrepresented Litigants” Vol. 35 No.2 Summer 2010
    • “Changes are coming to Legal Aid”) Vol. 35 No. 1 Spring 2010
    • “Mentoring” Vol. 34 No.2 Summer 2009
    • “Keeping your Friend friendly” Vol. 34 No. 1 Spring 2009
    • “JDR – Helping Clients Listen” Vol. 33 No. 4 Winter 2008
    • “Lawyering without losing Objectivity – Am I in or am I out?” Vol. 33 No.3 Fall 2008
    • “Know your clients and their Expectations – The Five Precepts” Vol.33 No.1 Spring 2008
  • Guest Editor of the CBA Publication “Law Matters”, Winter 2008
  • Guest Editor of CBA Publication “Law Matters”, August and October 2005
  • CBA and LSA Newsletter author of regular column “Cross Section” South

Anthony G. Young, Q.C.

Counsel

 

  • Appointed Queen’s Counsel, January 31, 2010
  • Minister of Justice and Attorney General in appreciation as having served as a Dispute Resolution Officer, 2003 and 2008

CONTACT ANTHONY

(403) 750-1139
young@dbblaw.com
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CONTACT ASSISTANT

Britt Catala
(403) 750-1112
catala@dbblaw.com

Education

York University, Osgoode Hall Law School, Master of Laws, 2010
University of Calgary, 1980 - 1983, Juris Doctor, 1983

Called to the Bar

1984

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