Steve Falkingham

Steve Falkingham

Associate

Steve is an associate at the firm and practices in the areas of wills and estate planning, real estate and corporate and commercial law. Prior to attending law school, Steve worked in a sales and marketing position at a large manufacturing firm. He earned his Bachelor of Arts at the University of Manitoba with a major in Classical Studies and minor in Business and received a Certificate in Management and Administration through the Canadian Institute of Management.

During his time at law school, Steve was an editor with the Canadian Journal of Human Rights and served as the Senior Editor in his final year. He also competed in the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot and Robson Hall Negotiation Competition. Steve joined D’Arcy & Deacon as an articling student in June 2017 and received his call to the Manitoba Bar in 2018.

Steve spends his free time with his wife and two children. He enjoys reading, playing board games with friends and cheering for his favourite football team.

• University of Manitoba, Bachelor of Arts (Advanced), 2008
• University of Manitoba, Certificate in Management and Administration, 2013 (in partnership with the Canadian Institute of Management)
• University of Manitoba, Juris Doctor, 2017
• Called to the Manitoba Bar, 2018

Special Achievements and Awards
• University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship
• Senior Editor, Canadian Journal of Human Rights
• Schwartz/Reisman Scholarship for leadership and academic excellence
• Pitblado Scholar/Dean’s Honour List, Faculty of Law (2015–17)
• Law Society Prize for fourth highest standing, third year Law
• Jane Evans, Q.C. Prize for highest standing in Property, Trusts and Wills and Successions
• Gilbert T. Gregory Memorial Prize for highest standing in Real Estate Transactions in third year Law
• David Levin Memorial Prize for highest standing in Real Estate Transactions
• D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize for highest standing in Clinical Administrative Law
• D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize for highest standing in Canadian Legal History
• Osgoode Society Legal History Book Prize for highest standing in Canadian Legal History
• Scotiabank Award for highest standing in Trusts
• Neil James MacDonald Memorial Prize for highest standing in Criminal Law
• Runner-up, Donald F. Sim Award for best oral advocate, Harold G. Fox IP Moot
• Competed in Robson Hall Negotiation Competition
• Bronze Achievement Award for third highest standing, Certificate of Management and Administration
• George Smith Communications Award for highest standing in Managerial Communications
• Dean’s Honour List, Faculty of Arts (2007, 2008)

Professional Affiliations
• Member, Manitoba Bar Association
• Member, Canadian Bar Association

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