McLeod Law Expands Downtown Calgary Offering
McLeod Law is pleased to announce the relocation of our downtown office this September to the 707 Fifth building (500, 707 – 5th Street SW). Beyond new bricks and mortar, the space marks an expansion of our client service in the downtown community. In addition to the business law services we’ve offered downtown since 2005, our clients will now be able to access a broader team of commercial law professionals as well as a full complement of personal law services.
“For 40 years, McLeod Law has grown and adapted to meet our clients’ needs,” comments managing partner, Robin Lokhorst. “With a larger downtown office and relocation of some of our team members, we are better positioned to support the many people that work, live and frequent downtown.”
McLeod’s new office will occupy the fifth floor of the new 707 Fifth tower, a LEED Gold-certified building with a state-of-the-art conference centre, connection to the +15, front-door LRT access and many on-site amenities. The location triples our footprint downtown and allows for ongoing growth of our team.
Don’t be concerned if you frequent our Bannister Road location, however. Both offices will continue to offer services in more than 40 areas, from corporate and commercial law, to wealth and estate planning, litigation and dispute resolution, commercial and residential real estate, family law and serious personal injury. Whatever your legal needs, McLeod’s team of experienced lawyers is available to help. As always, you can reach any of our team members by phone, at 403.278.9411 or email, at firstname.lastname@example.org, and of course visit us online at mcleod-law.com.
“We strive to be the go-to firm for individuals and businesses with diverse legal needs,” adds Lokhorst. “Ensuring our offices are best-in-class supports that vision.”
For 40 years, McLeod Law has been a trusted partner to our clients, both in business and in personal matters. We’ve always been proud to offer big firm infrastructure with small firm service, and that is not going to change.