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Darryl Aarbo

Aarbo Fuldauer LLP | Calgary, Alberta, Canada

A lawyer since 1997


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Aarbo Fuldauer LLP
1131 Kensington Road Northwest, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2N 3P4
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With over two decades of experience, Darryl Aarbo brings a wealth of expertise to the legal arena.

After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Alberta and obtaining his Law degree from Queen’s University in 1994, Darryl embarked on a successful legal career.

Initially practicing at a prominent labour and employment law firm in Toronto, Darryl later returned to his roots in Alberta, where he was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 1997. Subsequently, he joined a large national firm in Calgary before settling into his current role at a reputable firm in Kensington.

Darryl's approach to litigation is marked by a preference for negotiation and settlement, although he is well-versed in representing clients in trials and hearings across various Courts and tribunals. His expertise spans several areas of law, including estates, family, employment, contracts, and tort law.

In addition to his litigation work, Darryl manages a bustling real estate and wills practice, catering to both individual and corporate clients. He also serves as the corporate solicitor for several companies and not-for-profit organizations, providing them with comprehensive legal guidance.

Recognized for his outstanding contributions to the legal community, Darryl was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2016 and received the Canadian Bar Association Alberta Branch “Unsung Hero” award in March of the same year. He actively volunteers his time as a board member for SOGIC at the Canadian Bar Association, and has chaired numerous conferences for the Legal Education Society of Alberta. Additionally, Darryl contributes to public safety as a volunteer first responder and ski patroller with the Canadian Ski Patrol, Mountain Division.

Previously, Darryl served as a Member of the Alberta Human Rights Commission, further demonstrating his commitment to upholding justice and equality in society.


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