Crossroads Law Welcomes Benjamin Szalay-Anderson, Our New Calgary Articling Student

We are excited to introduce Benjamin Szalay-Anderson as the newest articling student to join our Crossroads Law team in Calgary.

Benjamin brings a fresh and insightful perspective to our practice, drawing on his degrees in psychology and sociology to enrich his burgeoning legal acumen. This educational foundation has equipped him with a deep understanding of human behavior, enabling him to skillfully navigate the nuanced socio-economic and personal dynamics that frequently influence family law matters. This unique skillset also enhances his empathy and effectiveness as an advocate, addressing the emotional challenges inherent in family law.

Understanding the importance of clear and transparent communication, Benjamin’s experience as an editor and legal assistant with Student Legal Assistance at the University of Calgary has honed his ability to distill complex legal concepts into understandable terms. This skill is invaluable, ensuring clients feel informed and supported throughout their legal matters.

Having represented clients in both the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of King’s Bench, Benjamin demonstrates a maturity and poise beyond his years, robustly safeguarding client interests.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Benjamin is deeply rooted in the Calgary community. Growing up working in a family business instilled a strong sense of community service, which he continues to honour through his volunteer work with organizations like the Calgary Inter-faith Food Bank and Pro Bono Students Canada.

Please join us in welcoming Benjamin! We are excited about the energy and expertise he brings to our team, and we look forward to seeing how his unique perspective and commitment to providing accessible legal service will benefit our clients.

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