LAWYERS | Personal Injury, Family Law, Estate Litigation | Victor Vogel, Q.C.
Victor Vogel, Q.C.
Personal Injury, Family Law, Estate Litigation
Victor is the founding member of Vogel LLP, having practiced in South Calgary for over 25 years. He has carried on a general practice of law with an emphasis on litigation. Victor has conducted numerous trials (including jury trials) and has appeared at all levels of Alberta’s courts. He has also taken an interest in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Over the past few years, Victor has acted as counsel in numerous Judicial Dispute Resolutions, Mediations, and Arbitrations.
Victor has volunteered his time to numerous community and legal projects. In the past, he was on the Steering Committee of the Calgary Anne Frank Exhibit Committee. After serving 3 years as a member of The Law Society of Alberta Conduct Committee, Victor was appointed as a member of The Law Society of Alberta’s Family Law Advisory Committee. In 2009 Victor was appointed to The Law Society of Alberta Practice Review Committee. Victor is also a member of the Implementation Committee of the Civil Mediation Program, Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, as well as a past member of the Board of Directors at the Calgary Jewish Centre. Victor has been a Volunteer Judge for the University of Calgary Trial Advocacy Program for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008. Victor also assisted in the development of the Equity and Diversity Guide prepared by the Canadian Bar Association’s Standing Committee on equity and diversity. Victor was previously on the Board of Directors for HomeFront and the Learning Disabilities Association – Calgary Chapter.
- Member of The Law Society of Alberta
- Member of the Canadian Bar Association
- Member of the Calgary Bar Association
- Member of Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association
- Member of the Alberta Arbitration & Mediation Society
“It was clear to me that Mr. Vogel’s reputation and skill were pivotal factors in the quick and effective settlement of my family matter. Mr. Vogel and his team were supportive, they instilled confidence, and they were extremely fair.” – R.W.