From corporate tax planning to tax litigation and dispute resolution, Trent has a broad tax law practice.
Prior to joining Felesky Flynn, he clerked for the judges of the Tax Court of Canada in Ottawa and articled at a national law firm in Vancouver.
Trent holds a Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary, Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University, and Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in History from the University of Guelph.
In law school, Trent competed in and won a variety of moots, served as an editor of the Alberta Law Review, founded the Calgary chapter of the Runnymede Society and volunteered with the Tax Court Assistance Project. He also won both the Chief Justice William McGillivray Mooting Shield and the Blackstone Debating Medal.