Richard I. John, Lawyer
Bridgeland Law
Richard is a lawyer who practices at Bridgeland Law.  Richard is celebrating his 25th anniversary as an alumni of the Law School at the University of Alberta.  He graduated with his law degree in 1992 and was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1993 and the Alberta Bar in 1994.  He articled and practiced as a lawyer at the Calgary law firm Caron & Partners until August of 1996.   Richard then practiced under the trade name the Delta Law Office from 1996 through to 2004.   From 2005 Richard has practiced under the trade name Bridgeland Law.
Richard has previously served as a Director of the Canadian Condominium Institute - South Alberta Chapter, the Volunteer Centre of Calgary, Chose: The Fellowship, and the Calgary Apartment Association.  Richard actively participates in the meetings of the Condominium Lawyer’s Group and is a past member of BOMA, ACMA and the Litigation and Foreclosure Sections of the Canadian Bar Association.  
Richard’s practice is focused on condominium law, litigation, collections and foreclosures, real estate law, and corporate and small business law.  Richard is supported by his two assistants, Teena and Susan.  Through his practice at Bridgeland Law, Richard is dedicated to providing cost effective and exceptional service to his clients.