Steve Rehak

2018 Summer Student, 2020 / 2021 Articling Student | Calgary

403.206.6368

Portrait of Steve Rehak

Overview

Steve Rehak completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Victoria in 2020. While at law school, he took on executive roles in several student-run organizations, including the IP/IT Law Club, the Business Law Association, and the Pan-Asian Law Society. Steve also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and with UVic Law’s academic journal, Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform. During his last year of law school, he had the opportunity to study at the University of Hong Kong, as well as assist clients through the University of Victoria’s Business Law Clinic.

Prior to pursuing his legal education, Steve obtained his Bachelor of Business Administration from Thompson Rivers University, majoring in Finance. He then went on to work in the financial industry in Calgary and Toronto. Steve also worked as a teacher and language education coordinator in South Korea for several years, as well as a ski instructor here in Canada.

Steve is an avid traveller and loves exploring the world-both near and far-making sure to bring his camera along with him. He also has a passion for food and can often be found trying out new flavours in his kitchen and around the city.

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