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Portrait de Allen Fowlis

Allen Fowlis is an articling student in the Calgary office of Miller Thomson. Allen completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Alberta in 2017 and was a summer student at Miller Thomson in 2014 and 2015.

During law school, Allen was actively involved in Student Legal Services (SLS) in both their criminal and civil/family projects. Allen also served as Treasurer for Law Students for Access Together (LSAT), a student group that advocates for the rights of students with disabilities, was a member of the law climbing club, and played various intermural sports. During his second year of law school, Allen received First Class Standing and during his third year Allen spent one semester studying abroad at the University of Bergen in Norway.

Prior to law school, Allen received his Bachelor of Commerce degree with Distinction from Mount Allison University (Mt.A) in New Brunswick. At Mt.A, Allen was a member of the varsity soccer team (2008 & 2012), was the Co-President of Mt.A’s Rotaract Club and was an Associate Director of the Commerce Society. Allen also received numerous awards while at Mt.A including the PricewaterhouseCoopers Scholarship and the CMA New Brunswick Award. He was also an Academic All-Canadian and was a finalist for the Sobey Awards for Excellence in Business Studies. After his undergraduate degree, Allen gained valuable industry experience by working at Gibson Energy in their natural gas marketing department. Allen was also a dedicated volunteer at Calgary Blizzard Soccer Club from 2013-2015.

In his spare time, Allen enjoys skiing, hiking, listening to music, brewing beer, attempting to golf, and camping. Allen also loves to travel when he has the opportunity and has spent time in India (as a Rotary youth exchange student), Eastern Europe, Germany, Russia, Belgium, France and Norway. He has also driven all over Canada and the United States.

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