Walter W. Kubitz, KC (King’s Counsel) is a senior Calgary lawyer who is well known and recognized in the area of personal injury and wrongful death litigation.
Walter was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He graduated from the University of Calgary Law School in 1987, and has been a lawyer since 1988.
Walter has extensive experience in litigation, negotiation and judicial and private mediation. He is ranked as “consistently recommended” in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory, which is based on an extensive annual peer survey.
Walter has served as the President of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association and as the President of the Canadian Bar Association Personal Injury Section. He has served on numerous board and other volunteer positions in the legal profession and in the community. He regularly mentors other lawyers and has spoken at numerous legal conferences.
Walter was appointed a Queen’s Counsel on December 31, 2010. The appointment by the Lieutenant Governor of Alberta recognizes Walter’s “loyalty, integrity and ability”, and appoints him “to be One Of Our Council Learned In The Law For Our Province of Alberta”. As Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022 and King Charles III acceded to the throne, this title is now known as King’s Counsel.
Walter is married to Carmen and they have three children.
Walter’s resume is available on request.
Areas of Practice
- 100% Serious / Catastrophic Personal Injury and Wrongful Death
- 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
- Alberta, 1988
- University of Calgary Faculty of Law, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- University of Calgary, Calgary, AB
- Major: English
Professional Associations and Memberships