Lindsay Parcells is the head of our Alberta office and practices municipal law with an interest in land use, real property, corporate, commercial, indigenous relations, and environmental matters. Lindsay has extensive experience advising municipal clients with respect to real estate and economic development, expropriations, the provision of municipal services and contracts. He was called to the Alberta bar in 1992 and the British Columbia bar in 1995. Lindsay completed a master’s degree in Municipal Law from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2009 and a combined Bachelors of Laws and Masters of Business Administration degree from Dalhousie University in 1991. Before attending Law School, he served for one year as a legislative intern at the Alberta Provincial Legislature. Lindsay is an editor for the Real Estate Development Practice Manual published by the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC. He is also a past chair of the National Municipal Law section of the Canadian Bar Association and is currently a member of the National Municipal Law Section and the Southern Alberta Municipal Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association.