Day: March 30, 2015

Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan Volunteer Profile

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AHitchcockBy Kara-Dawn Jordan, Executive Director
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan

Volunteer Profile – Andrew Hitchcock

Andrew grew up in Regina and attended undergraduate studies at both the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina.  He obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Regina, and convocated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 2002.  He served as a Law Clerk to the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench for his articling period, and thereafter went into private practice, with a focus on criminal law and labour law.  After several years in private practice, he joined the Regina City Area office of Legal Aid, where he has been for more than five years.  In addition to his work as a Public Defender, he has been a volunteer at the Regina Free Legal Clinic since its inception, where he sees clients in the area of criminal law.  Andrew often goes above and beyond his volunteer duties and provides full service representation pro bono to many low income individuals.  Thank you for all of your volunteer efforts, Andrew!

 

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