Carson Rehn is a student-at-law with Lutz Longstaff Parish, where he is receiving first-class legal training from a highly experienced and professional legal team.
Prior to joining LLP Carson spent nearly 15 years engaged in frontline social services work, obtaining a graduate degree as a researcher in social anthropology and completing legal studies at the University of New Brunswick. As a social services worker, Carson worked hands on with at-risk youth, persons with disabilities, First Nations youth and seniors who have transitioned to care home living. Assisting individuals and families in finding solutions to their various challenges instilled in Carson a strong desire to continue being of service through the law. During his graduate studies research Carson was fortunate enough to have been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The results of his research were published in the esteemed Marine Policy Journal. Finally, as a law student at UNB Carson was again fortunate enough to have met with success and was awarded both the Tore Grude and the Amicus Law and Mediation scholarships.
When not working Carson enjoys spending time with his family, playing volleyball, camping and strumming on his guitar.