Richard D. Barry

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  • Member at Barry, Elgert, Kraus & Peddie (3 Attorneys)
  • Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 1Z3
  • Peer Reviews
    2.9/5.0 (1)
    Client Reviews
    < 50% Recommended (1)
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Areas of Practice (8)

  • Criminal Law
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents
  • Personal Injury Law
  • General Civil Litigation
  • Real Estate Law
  • Estates
  • Probate
  • Wills

Education & Credentials

University Attended:
University of Alberta, B.A., 1978
Law School Attended:
University of Alberta, LL.B., 1983
Year of First admission:
1985
Admission:
1985, Alberta
ISLN:
909222770

Peer Reviews

  • 2.9/5.0 (1 review)
  • A Martindale-Hubbell Peer Rating reflects a combination of achieving a Very High General Ethical Standards rating and a Legal Ability numerical rating.
  • Legal Knowledge

    2.9/5.0
  • Analytical Capability

    2.9/5.0
  • Judgment

    2.9/5.0
  • Communication

    2.9/5.0
  • Legal Experience

    2.9/5.0
  • 3.0/5.0 Rated by a Senior Associate on 03/25/13 in General Practice

    Richard Barry is deceased and shold be reomoved from the ratings review.

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Client Reviews

  • 1.0/5.0 (1 review)
  • Communication

    1.0/5.0
  • Responsiveness

    1.0/5.0
  • Quality of Service

    1.0/5.0
  • Value for Money

    1.0/5.0
  • No Recommendations   1.0/5.0 Rated on 10/15/10 in Family Law.

    Did not inform me of crucial court dates. Was abrupt in all communications and constantly cut off phone calls or meetings. Didn't respond to emails. Did not take actions or conduct research on complex points, rather seemed to just want to treat a... Read more

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    Did not inform me of crucial court dates. Was abrupt in all communications and constantly cut off phone calls or meetings. Didn't respond to emails. Did not take actions or conduct research on complex points, rather seemed to just want to treat a complex situation as if it was formulaic. Read less

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