James D. Henry
James D. Henry graduated from Campus Saint-Jean, University of Alberta’s, Education program in 2011. He then graduated from the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Law in 2018. He was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta before briefly moving to Vancouver Island. Prior to law school, James volunteered for the Distress Line. While in law school, James volunteered for the Indigenous Law Students Association. In second year, he worked as an Amicus Tutor, tutoring first year law students in a wide breadth of classes. He then worked as a Research Assistant for the Faculty of Law, editing the UVic Criminal Law Review Sentencing chapter. He also sat as the Business Manager for Appeal Law Review while also working with authors on editing their papers submitted. Before articling, James worked for the Métis Nation of Alberta assisting with negotiations with different levels of government. He was awarded Best Law Buddy in 2017. Upon graduation, he was honoured with the Tsi’tsu’wu’tul award in 2018. His focus has been to create access to justice pathways.
James is fully bilingual in English and French and is happy to assist you in either language. When not working, James loves returning to the mountains and spending time with his partner and his dog.
Areas of Practice
- Family Law
- Child Custody & Visitation