Articling Student

Brendan

Hill

Brendan is an Articling Student at Walsh LLP.

Brendan Hill is an articling student at Walsh LLP. As a Métis citizen, he has a strong interest in Indigenous law as well as civil, commercial, and regulatory litigation.

Brendan earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary. During law school, he competed in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot, earned first place in the Blackstone Medals Debate and the BLG Trial Competition, and was recognized as a top oralist in the McGillivray Moot. Brendan also worked as an Indigenous Summer Law Student, assisting a cohort of professors studying Indigenous law, and volunteered for Civil Claims Duty Counsel with Pro Bono Students Canada.

Prior to law school, Brendan studied Business Administration and Economics at the University of Regina and worked as a Ministerial Assistant in the Saskatchewan Legislature. Briefing Ministers for question period shaped his results driven approach to advocacy.

When he is not in the office, Brendan enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife and mini schnauzer. You can often find him exploring Kananaskis Country and (not so) patiently learning to fly fish in Alberta’s mountain streams.

Education & Professional Development

  • Juris Doctor, University of Calgary
  • Bachelor of Business Administration, University of Regina