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Not for Profit Corporations can be used for a variety of purposes such as the pursuit of charitable purposes or the holding of a family cottage.

Brent Randall has been an articling student with Drache Aptowitzer LLP since July 2012. He received his Juris Doctor (cum laude) from the University of Ottawa in 2012.  He earned his Bachelor of Arts (Philosophy) at Dalhousie University, where he was the recipient of the L.A. & Edith Upham Scholarship for four consecutive years. While at Dalhousie, Brent published an article on the relationship between the courts and provincial legislatures in Federalism-E, a journal co-managed by the Université Laval and Queen's University.

At the University of Ottawa, Brent contributed articles to the Faculty's newspaper, Inter Pares.  He also wrote for Osgoode Hall's IPilogue, an intellectual property blog, and worked for an entertainment news website. In his final year, Brent wrote a directed research paper on the taxation of Canadian artists, under the supervision of Professor Ellen Zweibel.

Brent interned at the Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal and was a Student Ambassador for the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law. He continues to volunteer with the Ontario Bar Association's mock trial program, conducting trials in both Ottawa and Halifax.

Since 2000, Brent has operated his own disc jockey business.

J.D. (cum laude)                 University of Ottawa             

B.A.                                        Dalhousie University