C. Perry Spitznagel

Vice Chairman & Managing Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

C. Perry Spitznagel

C. Perry Spitznagel

Vice Chairman & Managing Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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Bennett Jones LLP

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671

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7

Birthday

1957

Age

62

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President & Chief Executive Officer at Akita Drilling Ltd.

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Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer at Bennett Jones LLP

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Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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General Counsel at Bennett Jones LLP

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Executive Vice President at Spruce Meadows

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Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer at ATCO Ltd.

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Director & Vice President at Sentgraf Enterprises Ltd.

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Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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Partner at Bennett Jones LLP

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C. Perry Spitznagel
Vice Chairman & Managing Partner at Bennett Jones LLP
Education
LLB
Class of 1982

Osgoode Hall Law School is located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the oldest law school in Ontario, and is one of the professional faculties at York University. Osgoode Hall Law School is consistently ranked as one of the top law schools in Canada by Maclean's Magazine, ranking second among common-law schools in 2011 and 2012. Named after the first Chief Justice of Ontario, William Osgoode, the law school was established by The Law Society of Upper Canada in 1889. The school was at the centre of the debates over the principles of modern legal education in the 1950s. Osgoode Hall Law School provided many of the founding members of the bar in the prairie provinces. Today, the law school offers a professional degree in law that is accepted for bar admission in every province in Canada with the exception of Quebec, as well as the American States of Massachusetts and New York. Osgoode has three joint degree programs, as well as Canada's largest graduate program in law. Osgoode Hall Law School has adopted the Juris Doctor degree designation which has replaced their previous Bachelor of Laws designation. The law school is home to the Law Reform Commission of Ontario, the Osgoode Hall Law Journal, the German Law Journal, and the largest law library in the Commonwealth. Osgoode Hall Law School students may participate in a number of clinical and intensive programs, including the Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP), the Poverty Law Intensive at Parkdale Community Legal Services, the Criminal Law Intensive, the Innocence Project, and the Osgoode Business Clinic.[5] According to the Official Guide to Canadian Law Schools, Osgoode Hall Law School has the most extensive range of clinical programs in Canada. The primary student government at Osgoode is the Legal and Literary Society. Osgoode Hall Law School is particularly known for its leading role in the areas of constitutional law, the Charter and human rights, and international law. (Peter Hogg, Brian Slattery, Patrick J. Monahan, Jean-Gabriel Castel) Some of the world's most important legal scholars teach at Osgoode, including Leslie Green who holds the University of Oxford's statutory Chair in Philosophy of Law. Former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights and former judge at the Supreme Court of Canada, Louise Arbour taught at, and later became the associate dean of, Osgoode Hall Law School.

BA in Economics, magna cum laude
Class of 1979

McGill University is a public research university located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Founded in 1821 during the British colonial era, the university bears the name of James McGill, a prominent Montreal merchant from Glasgow, Scotland and alumnus of Glasgow University, whose bequest formed the beginning of the university.

Memberships
Member
Current

The Law Society of Alberta is the self-governing association of all practising lawyers in the province of Alberta and has been regulating the legal profession since 1907. The Law Society derives its authority from the Legal Profession Act of Alberta and is financed and maintained by Alberta lawyers at no cost to the public. Serving in the public interest, the Law Society sets out standards through the Rules of the Law Society of Alberta and a Code of Conduct.It is financed and maintained by lawyers at no cost to the public or to the government. The mission of the Law Society is to serve the public interest by promoting a high standard of legal services and professional conduct through the governance and regulation of an independent legal profession. Its vision is to be recognized as a model for protecting the public interest and preserving the fundamental principles of justice through a self-regulated, independent and trusted legal profession. Whether Alberta experiences unprecedented economic growth or recession, the legal profession faces many challenges in meeting the legal needs of Albertans in all walks of life. The Law Society of Alberta has an important role to play in assisting lawyers and the public in meeting those challenges

Career History
Vice Chairman & Managing Partner
1982 - Current

Bennett Jones a business law firm based in Canada with more than 380 lawyers and business advisors across eight offices. The firm has experience in complex cross-border and international transactions and it advises foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures.

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Member, Partnership Board
Current

Bennett Jones a business law firm based in Canada with more than 380 lawyers and business advisors across eight offices. The firm has experience in complex cross-border and international transactions and it advises foreign businesses and investors with Canadian ventures.

Member, Board of Directors
Current

Alpine Canada is home to three of Canada’s fastest and most exciting snow sports: alpine, ski cross and para-alpine ski racing. Each sport has a different set of rules, but each athlete has the same goal: get to the bottom of the mountain faster than anyone else. Over the last half century, Alpine Canada’s athletes have done just that – winning 29 world championship medals, 12 Olympic medals, 91 Paralympic medals, 12 X Games medals and dozens of World Cup podiums. Here’s a look back at some of Alpine Canada’s proudest moments. Please note, complete lists of all medal winners are located at the bottom of this page.

Member, Advisory Committee
Prior

The ASC is the regulatory agency responsible for administering the province's securities laws. It is entrusted to foster a fair and efficient capital market in Alberta and to protect investors. The Securities Act (Alberta) is designed to ensure that Alberta’s capital market operates fairly and efficiently for participants and that investors have timely, accurate information on which to base investment decisions. It also ensures that those who sell securities in Alberta are registered and that they conduct themselves according to applicable laws and professional standards. The ASC regulates all securities-related activity in Alberta, either directly or indirectly through self-regulatory organizations (SROs). To ensure SROs effectively conduct this regulation in a manner that meets our standards and fulfills our responsibilities, securities regulators conduct regular reviews of these organizations. The ASC regulates the activities in Alberta of the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada (MFDA), the Natural Gas Exchange Inc. and the Alberta Watt Exchange Limited. Along with the British Columbia Securities Commission, the ASC oversees the operations of the TSX Venture Exchange (TSXV). Alberta’s Lieutenant Governor in Council appoints ASC Commission Members. Members determine policy, consider and approve new rules and recommend changes to the Securities Act (Alberta), the regulations made pursuant to the Act, and the Alberta Securities Commission Rules. Members are also empowered to grant discretionary exemptions from the requirements of Alberta securities laws and to conduct hearings into matters that affect the public interest in Alberta’s capital market. In addition, the Members act as the ASC’s board of directors, overseeing the management of the ASC. As a member of the Canadian Securities Administrators, the ASC works to improve, coordinate and harmonize the regulation of Canada's capital markets.

Member, Advisory Board
Current

Samara is a non-partisan charitable organization that works to improve political participation in Canada. Samara was formed out of a belief in the importance of public service and public leadership. It is named for a samara, the winged "helicopter" seed that falls from the maple tree. A samara is a symbol of Canada, and a reminder that from small seeds, big ideas can grow.

Member, Board of Directors
Current

WinSport is creating one of the most unique winter sport environments in the world, where athletes of all levels and disciplines will have world class facilitiesand services to train and maintain an active lifestyle. A not-for-profit organization, WinSport owns and operates Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, the Bill Warren Training Centre at the Canmore Nordic Centre in Canmore Alberta, and the Beckie Scott High Performance Training Centre on Haig Glacier Alberta. WinSport also funds two-thirds of the operating budget for the Olympic Oval at the University of Calgary. Money spent at WinSport facilities supports not only Canadian high-performance athletes, but introduces thousands of Calgarians to winter sports each year. Formerly known as the Calgary Olympic Development Association (CODA), WinSport was founded in 1956 to bid on behalf of Calgary to host an Olympic Winter Games. CODA successfully won the bid from the International Olympic Committee on Sept. 30, 1981, for Calgary to become the host city for the XV Olympic Winter Games in 1988. Following the Olympics in 1988 and benefitting from endowment funds left for the Games’ legacy, CODA has evolved into a new vision for Canadian winter sport, with the transition to WinSport. Through WinSport, the legacy of the 1988 Games is not only thriving, but leading edge. The organization built new facilities and operated, maintained and rejuvenated the facilities from the Games and is committed to supporting Canadian athletes for generations to come with the creation of the world’s leading Winter Sports Institute. Learn more about WinSport's Contribution to Sport.

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