Rory Martin-Courtright received his Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in Political Science from the University of Victoria in May 2010. He also holds a certificate in Business Administration from the University of Victoria. From there, but before law school, Rory worked in the Constitutional Law Division with the Ministry of the Attorney General of British Columbia, and then for members of the Senate of Canada in Ottawa.
Rory attended law school at Aberystwyth University in the United Kingdom where he graduated with a Bachelor of Laws in 2015. He completed the University of Alberta Faculty of Law’s Internationally Trained Lawyer Program in 2016 and began his articles of clerkship under the supervision of Hersh Wolch QC. He worked with three different offices including Tarrabain Raponi & Company, Chivers Carpenter, and Wolch Watts Wilson & Jugnauth, gaining combined experience in family, civil, immigration, and criminal law.
Rory was called to the bar of Alberta on July 21, 2017, four days after Mr. Wolch QC passed away. He is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, Canadian Bar Association and the Calgary Bar Association.