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Two newly sworn-in talents join our Calgary and Montréal offices as lawyers

08 December 2023 - Canada 2 min read

We are pleased to announce that business lawyer Farhan Ahmed became a member of the Calgary Bar on October 27, and business lawyer John Alevras became a member of the Quebec Bar on November 24, 2023.

As a fast-growing firm in the Canadian market, DS Lawyers is delighted to welcome these new talents who will be supporting our senior teams across the country. This addition will help us offer the best possible service to our business customers across Canada.

Our heartfelt congratulations to them!

About Farhan Ahmed

Farhan practises business law and advises clients on capital markets, business financing, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, and securities compliance and regulation. Farhan also has experience in assisting public and private companies at different stages of the corporate life cycle on a wide range of transactions and other matters. Interestingly, he earned his Bachelor of Kinesiology in Sport Performance with distinction from the University of Alberta in 2018 and his JD from the University of Calgary in 2022 before being called to the bar.

About John Alevras

John was sworn in on November 24 in Montréal. He is a lawyer in the business law team. He studied law at Université de Montréal. An active member of his community, John served as president of the student law review of Université de Montréal and as treasurer of the constitutional law committee and the tax law committee. He had the opportunity to intern at the Consulate General of Greece in Montréal during the summer of 2022. Before starting university, John completed a DEC in business administration with distinction at Marianopolis College, where he served as President of the Investment Club and the Young Executives Business Club.

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