Avery Kalpin is an Articling Student at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law. As a summer student at RKTL, he gained significant experience assisting Taxpayer Relief Applications, Voluntarily Disclosure Program submissions, and preparing for all stages of the tax dispute resolution process.
Avery has excelled in his legal studies at the University of Ottawa, and graduated in 2019 with Honours. After his first year of law school, Avery completed an internship at the Tax Law Services section of the Department of Justice of Canada. He had the fortunate opportunity of working with seasoned government lawyers as they prepared for trials on behalf of the Canada Revenue Agency.
Prior to law school, Avery obtained his Bachelor of Arts Honours degree at Queen’s University, and completed a semester abroad at Sciences Po, a renowned political science university in Paris. In his final year he completed a year-long Honours Thesis on public housing policy in South Africa.
In his spare time, Avery enjoys travelling, reading, hiking, and keeping up with current events. He also volunteers at Community Tax Clinics, helping members of disadvantaged communities file their taxes and access benefits they deserve.