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About Alan Brass

Alan Brass received his Law Degree from the University of Ottawa in 1990 and was called to the Bar in 1992. In addition to his criminal law practice, Alan has taught at Carleton University’s Law Program and instructed the Criminal Law component at the Bar Admission Course for entry into the Law Society of Upper Canada. He has participated as a guest lecturer at the University of Ottawa Law School, addressed Interns and Residents on Medical/Legal issues, and judged Moot Court. As well, Alan was hired as a Special Prosecutor for Elections Canada. Alan is respected among his peers as a dedicated, compassionate and hard-working lawyer who practices with the utmost ethical integrity. Alan prides himself in providing clients with the highest quality of legal defence.

Prior to pursuing his law degree, Alan attained a Master’s Degree in Political Science, worked for a Federal Crown Corporation, and traveled. Alan is an active volunteer in community associations and has spoken to several service organizations, seniors’ groups and secondary school students about the role of a criminal lawyer.