Tamasine I. Davies, Q.C.
Tamasine Davies is the Managing Partner at Soby Boyden Lenz LLP and has been with Soby Boyden Lenz LLP since 1994. In 1991, Tamasine earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Alberta, majoring in French and minoring in Psychology. She attended Dalhousie University, in Halifax, from 1991 to 1994 earning her Law Degree. Prior to joining Soby Boyden Lenz LLP, her work experience included legal research on Aboriginal Treaty rights and issues and facilitating Confederacy and Chiefs’ Conferences.
Tamasine has been actively involved in the legal community. She has been Provincial Chair and Co-Chair of the Canadian Bar Associate Law Day Committee; an event to raise public awareness of the Justice system. She has been an instructor with the Alberta Bar Admission Course (CPLED) through the Legal Education Society of Alberta as well as a mentor through the Canadian Bar Association Mentorship Program for the University of Calgary law students. Tamasine has reviewed and updated family law material for the Legal Education Society of Alberta. For many years, Tamasine was a volunteer lawyer with the Calgary Legal Guidance. In addition to her work at Soby Boyden Lenz LLP, Tamasine has been an active community volunteer, sitting on the Board of Directors for the Calgary Counselling Centre; a not for profit organization focused on providing counselling services to assist families, couples, individuals, teens and children, regardless of financial means. Tamasine has presented professional papers on family law issues, most notable of which was a paper she presented at the 9th World Conference of the International Society of Family Law in South Africa.
Tamasine has extensive experience in the areas of support, division of property, parenting plans, adoptions, separation contracts, cohabitation and pre-marraige contracts. Tamasine’s philosophy in family law is to attempt to reach an amicable resolution, as much as possible. When such resolution is not possible, Tamasine has experience on all three levels of Alberta courts; the Provincial Court, the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal.
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