Graem White


Graem White

Graem is a Student-at-Law in our Edmonton office.

Graem earned his Juris Doctor at the University of Alberta, where he was awarded the Dean Wilbur Fee Bowker Prize in Tort Law. He previously earned a Bachelor of Arts from MacEwan University, graduating with distinction. While obtaining his undergraduate degree, he was awarded the Society of Edmonton Demographers Undergraduate Award, the MacEwan Sociology Paper of Excellence, and the Mad Hatter’s Gala 2007 Scholarship. He also received Academic All-Canadian Awards, presented to athletes who maintain a high level of academic achievement while participating in University athletics.

While in law school, Graem volunteered his time as a Case Worker with the Student Legal Services. He provided legal information and assistance to low-income individuals who had been charged with minor criminal and regulatory offenses.

Graem’s professional experience includes working as a Summer Student at McLennan Ross. He was responsible for completing document reviews for various file types, undertaking legal research projects, providing legal memoranda outlining his findings, and attending will signings, mediations, questionings, witness interviews, Special Chambers hearings, and hearings before the Alberta Labor Relations Board.

Outside of law, Graem enjoys soccer, playing with the Drillers Soccer Club in the Alberta Major Soccer League. He also enjoys travelling, golfing, and watching sports.