About Benjamin J. Kormos
Benjamin has a wealth of experience in estate litigation and commercial litigation, representing clients in hearings and appeals before the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench, and in appeals in the Alberta Court of Appeal.
My Focus on You
I am a litigation lawyer at Walsh LLP. I focus my practice on Estate Litigation, Wills Litigation and Trust Litigation, and Commercial litigation. I have represented clients in trials before the Provincial Court of Alberta and in hearings and appeals before the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench and the Alberta Court of Appeal.
- University of Calgary (B.A., Dean's List)
- College of Law, University of Saskatchewan(JD/LLB)
I am active in the Calgary community. I am a member of:
- Rotary (Calgary West), President-elect.
- Calgary Chambers of Commerce
- Canadian Bar Association
- Wills & Trusts Section Executive
- Civil Litigation Section Executive
- Alberta National Council Member
- Alberta Law Conference Committee
- Calgary Bar Association
- Law Society of Alberta
My Background and Interests
With family across Alberta and Saskatchewan, Benjamin gained an understanding of business needs and practical circumstances affecting prairie businesses by helping to operate the family farm. As an active member of the Calgary community, he is a proud Rotarian, has volunteered for William Aberhart High School's debate team as a judge for the Canadian National Debates and as a co-coach for Aberhart's CBA Law Day Mock Trial, and assists with numerous CBA planning and organising committees, including several past annual Law Day educational experiences at the Court House. Benjamin's interests outside of law include Latin American history, culture, politics and development, world travel and cultural exchange, photography, writing, classic muscle cars, fitness training, music and theatre, and enjoying our Rocky Mountains.
My publications include peer reviewed articles on civil procedure, business finance, intellectual property, and criminal law, published in:
- Legal Education Society of Alberta (LESA)
- Alberta Law Review
- International Business Law Journal
- Intellectual Property Journal
- Criminal Law Quarterly
- Cited in Chris Madsen's Military: Law and Operations, looseleaf (Aurora: Canada Law Book, Rel. 2009)
Normal Geographical Limits to Practice
all of Alberta
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