Ryan J. Hartford – our new Associate

Ryan successfully completed his articles of clerkship and we are pleased to announce that he will be joining our group as an Associate effective September 01. read more →

sirrs’ history

Our firm has been in existence since 1908 and we have a long and storied history especially in the  Wetaskiwin area.  C.H. Russell, K.C. was our founder with W.H. Odell, Q.C. later joining him as a partner.  When Mr. Russell died in 1952, Mr. Odell took on F.R. MacNaughton as a student, then associate, then.. read more →

we can help on your buy/sell

When Buying or Selling real estate, you should always have a real estate lawyer represent you through the process whether you are a first time buyer or have several purchases or sales under your belt. Even the simplest real estate transaction comes with complicated legal jargon, terms and conditions and the odd ‘glitch’. Although your.. read more →

Melanie J. Caissie joins Sirrs’ team as an associate

after successful completion of her articles, we are proud to welcome melanie as an associate effective september 01st 2016 read more →

Ryan J. Hartford joins our group

we are pleased to welcome Ryan who oined our group as a student at law effective july of 2016. read more →

Rod Clark joins Sirrs

wetaskiwin chief crown prosecutor, Rod Clark will be joining our team as senior criminal defence counsel and litigator effective february 16, 2016 read more →

Melanie Caissie

Class of 2015 U of A graduate, Melanie Caissie joined our team as a student at law effective July 2015. read more →

new is old

“Our youth now love luxury. They have bad manners, contempt for authority; they show disrespect for their elders and love chatter in place of exercise; they no longer rise when elders enter the room; they contradict their parents, chatter before company; gobble up their food and tyrannize their teachers.”  Socrates read more →

why do we fear and resist change?

“when the winds of change blow, some people build walls and others build windmills” chinese proverb read more →

weekly thought

an unexamined life is not worth living – Socrates  read more →