About Marcotte Law

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Dan M. Marcotte, Q.C. B.Comm, L.L.B, M.I.B.L, L.L.M. (International Business Law)

Dan has lived and worked in Prince George since 1980. He graduated from University of British Columbia with degrees in Commerce and Business Administration (Finance and Land Economics) and Law. In 2015/16 he studied European and International Business & Trade Law in Lyon France where he obtained a Master of International Business Law (M.I.B.L.) from the University of Lyon II and an LL.M. from the Catholic University of Lyon (UCLy).

Since 1981 he has practiced law with an emphasis on corporate, business and real estate law. He is a former instructor of law and economics at the College of New Caledonia. Dan is married to his wife Cindy who is a professional musician and performer, and a member of the British Columbia Arts Council. Together, they have 5 children and 5 grandchildren.

Dan was the creator of e conveyance, the world's first internet based electronic real estate transaction platform and now host to the largest network of conveyancing professionals in Western Canada.


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Tamara M. Godwin B.A., LL.B.

Tamara joined Marcotte Law in March of 2015. She articled and worked for several years at Wilson King LLP. She was called to the bar in 2010 after earning her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Victoria and her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of New Brunswick.

Tamara's practice focuses mainly on real estate transactions. She grew up in Prince George and knows this city well. Tamara has also been a part-time associate professor at the College of New Caledonia, as well as the University of Northern British Columbia. In her spare time, Tamara enjoys spending time with her partner Steve and their Border Collie Penny.


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Miranda K. Seymour B.A. (2011), J.D. (2014)

Miranda joined Marcotte Law in August of 2016. Miranda was born in Prince George and is a member of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation. After graduating in 2011 from the University of Northern British Columbia with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography, she attended the Program of Legal Studies for Native People at the University of Saskatchewan. She then went on to join the inaugural law class at Thompson Rivers University where she was the founding vice-president of the Indigenous Law Students’ Association and founding member of the Law Students in Defense of Animal Rights group. After law school Miranda articled with the Ministry of Justice in Victoria. Miranda was called to the bar in 2015, after which, she returned to her hometown to begin her legal career.

Miranda's practice focuses mainly on the area of Wills and Estates.

Miranda is currently working towards attaining a diploma in Legislative Drafting through Athabasca University. She also enjoys spending time in the beautiful outdoors in and around Prince George with her fur-kids and being involved with the Lheidli T'enneh community. Miranda sits on the Board of Directors of the Prince George Humane Society. She is also excited to be helping with an initiative to establish a First Nations Court in Prince George.


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