Sectors of Practice
Clint Docken completed both his Bachelor of Science and his Bachelor of Laws degree at the University of Saskatchewan in 1974.
Following his graduation from law school, he relocated to Calgary to complete his articles and practice law, establishing his own firm in 1978.
Clint is currently a partner at the law firm of Guardian Law Group LLP.
Clint has extensive civil litigation experience and has provided legal counsel in many precedent-setting cases in the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Since 1989 Clint has had considerable experience in the field of mediation, both representing parties and as a mediator. He regularly mediates commercial disputes throughout Western Canada. He has participated in over 200 mediation conferences, the majority of these as mediator in relation to varied issues including: personal injury litigation; insurance litigation; commercial litigation; wills and estates; community disputes; oil and gas disputes; labour and employment disputes; and professional liability issues.
He was appointed a Chartered Mediator by the Arbitration and Mediation Institute of Canada, Inc. in 1999, the highest distinction recognized in the field.
He has taught multi-party mediation at Mount Royal University since 1990.
Clint is currently on the roster of ADR Chambers, a National ADR agency – a roster that includes a number of former Supreme Court of Canada and Trial Division Judges. He is also approved as a qualified mediator for the department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, and a Chief Adjudicator for British Columbia for First Nations issues.
Personal Activities and Interests
Clint has resided in the Bragg Creek area since 1975, where he has been extensively involved in community activities over the years.
ADR Training & Qualifications
Other Professional Qualifications