Barrister & Solicitor
144 Elm Street, # 201
FALLDIEN LAW OFFICE
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Trent Falldien was born and raised in Northern Ontario. He obtained a business degree from Laurentian University in 2005, graduating in the top of his class and a year ahead of schedule.
He then worked various private sector jobs for the next four years in various cities including Ottawa, Red Deer, and Edmonton. During this time Mr. Falldien gained experience in marketing, operations management, accounting, and project controls. His employers include Western Inventory Service, Partition Systems Limited, and Bantrel Construction (owned by Bechtel). During this period of four years Mr. Falldien was promoted on two occasions: once from inventory manager to area manager; and once from accounting to project controls.
In 2009 Mr. Falldien started law school at the University of Alberta, finishing on the Dean's list in his first year. After graduating from law school in 2012, Mr. Falldien returned to Northern Ontario and completed his article at Miller Maki, LLP in Sudbury, which for him was a very good experience.
On October 1, 2013 the Falldien Law Office was established. Since then, Mr. Falldien has represented hundreds of clients across Northern Ontario for various types of matters. During Mr. Falldien's career as a litigator he has appeared before the following courts and tribunals:
- Ontario Court of Justice - Family
- OCJ - Criminal
- Superior Court of Justice - Family
- SCJ - Criminal Appeal
- SCJ - Civil
- Small Claims Court
- Criminal Injuries Compensation Board
- Landlord Tenant Board
- Labour Relations Board
- Divisional Court - Judicial Review
- Ontario Court of Appeal - Criminal
- Ontario Court of Appeal - Civil
- Alberta Provincial Court - Criminal
- Alberta Queen's Bench - Criminal Appeal
Mr. Falldien has also applied for leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada on two occasions, but was denied.
The Falldien Law Office aims to be known most for providing guidance and resources for self-represented litigants to advance their noble causes. This will be done through presentation videos and summaries which will be available free of charge to the general public at large.