Jesse was born and raised in Medicine Hat, Alberta. In 2017, Jesse earned his Bachelor of Commerce with a major in Accounting at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. He then went on to do his JD at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC, which he completed in 2020. During law school, Jesse participated in multiple moot court competitions, worked as a research assistant for the TRU Law Library, volunteered at the school’s community legal clinic, and received multiple course prizes. Upon completion of his articles in Calgary, Alberta, Jesse joined Stringam LLP as an associate lawyer.

Working in Medicine Hat, Jesse maintains a general law practice working in areas including civil litigation, family, immigration, and personal injury.

When he is not practicing law, Jesse enjoys getting outdoors, volunteering with his church and community organizations, experiencing new cuisines, and spending time with his family.



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