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Curtis P. Clavelle
Curtis was recently admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar. He has joined the litigation team focusing on Family Law and Municipal Law.
Curtis completed his Juris Doctor of Law with Great Distinction at the University of Saskatchewan in 2018. He also holds a Bachelor of Commerce with Great Distinction from the University of Saskatchewan (B.Comm. 2015).
Over the course of his law school career, Curtis earned numerous awards, some of which include the Goldenberg Prize in Taxation for the highest academic achievement in the Tax I course, the W.G. Morrow-R.C. Carter Prize in Indian and Aboriginal Law for the highest academic achievement in the Aboriginal Law course, and the Brad Berg and Brian Rolfes LGBT Rights Scholarship.
Curtis served as the President of Usask OUTlaws for two years during law school, during which time he organized activities to increase student body activity in the LGBTQ community.
Curtis also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and the Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc. (CLASSIC) throughout law school, during which he helped provide legal assistance to low-income citizens of Saskatoon.
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