Our People

Glenn McLean

Counsel

 780.514.2510
  780.542.3392
gmclean@dcllp.com

Glenn is a lawyer in our Drayton Valley office who practices primarily in real estate law and business Law, where his clients include a wide array of land developers, builders, individuals and small businesses.

Glenn obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Lethbridge in 1987, Bachelor of Laws in 1990, which was converted to a Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 2012.

After graduating from Law School, Glenn worked in Edmonton for the Alberta Government, Department of Federal and Intergovernmental Affairs (U.S. Relations). Glenn later articled and practiced in Edmonton and then in Drayton Valley.

While in Edmonton, Glenn served as a Second Lieutenant in the Canadian Armed Forces Reserves, and as a member of the Board of Directors of the City of Edmonton Non-Profit Housing Corporation (HomeEd). In Drayton Valley, Glenn has served on the Drayton Valley Community Foundation, the Community Lottery Foundation (founding Chair) and the Community Scholarship Trust Society. In 2010, Glenn was elected to a second term on Drayton Valley Municipal Council. In 2007, Glenn received an award for Community Involvement from the Town of Drayton Valley and most recently has helped establish Humans Helping Humans Housing Foundation - a local non-profit organization dedicated to assisting low-income families achieve the goal of home ownership. Glenn is was the Mayor of Drayton Valley from 2013 to 2017.

Glenn has been appointed to the Municipal Governance Committee of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) for 2015/2016. This committee reviews matters pertaining to fundamental roles and responsibilities of municipalities including related legislation and regulations; assessment and taxation; inter-municipal relations (dissolution, amalgamation and partnerships); provincial/municipal revenue sharing and cost-sharing; municipal viability; citizen participation; and aboriginal relations. AUMA member municipalities represent approximately 85% of Alberta's population.


Heather  Jamieson-Ellis

Assistant to Glenn McLean

780.514.2522
780.542.3392
hellis@dcllp.com

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