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Norman H. Odinga

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Norman H. Odinga — Barrister & Solicitor

Called to the Alberta Bar in 1997, Norman is an experienced Lawyer with a demonstrated history of working in the legal profession in the Edmonton area, specializing in residential and commercial real estate and landlord and tenant matters.  Besides real estate and landlord and tenant matters, he also does litigation, corporate commercial (business), personal injury and wills and estates.  He has appeared in all 3 levels of the Alberta Court system: Court of Appeal, Court of Queen’s Bench and Provincial Court.

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Norman played 11 years of professional soccer and played for the Canadian National Team.  He is currently the Canadian Soccer Association (“CSA”) Chair for Discipline and Appeals (which includes dealing with discipline issues within the Canadian Professional League) and has his CSA National “B” Licence Coaching Certification.  Norman also brings another perspective to his practice by having lived in the Netherlands and Japan.

Both Norman and Belal provide Notarial (Notary) and Commissioner for Oaths services (by appointment only).

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