Thomas Y. C. Chiu
Thomas Chiu was born in Hong Kong and immigrated to Edmonton, Alberta in
1968. He received his Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Arts (economics
major), and Bachelor of Laws degrees from the University of Alberta. In 1990,
Thomas articled with the law firm of Snyder & Company and was admitted to the
Alberta Bar in July of 1991. Shortly, thereafter, he was a partner at the law firm of
Mah & Chiu for thirteen years. His practice includes corporate and commercial
law, immigration law, and residential conveyancing.
Thomas is very active in the Edmonton Chinese community and is also the legal
counsel for non-profit organizations such as the Alberta Kaiping District
Association and the Alberta Kwan Ying Athletic Club. He enjoys curling, golfing,
and spending time with his family.
Please feel free to explore our web site to learn more about our firm,
discover how Chiu & Company can help you, and contact us.
Telephone: (780) 428-8299
Fax: (780) 428-2999
Services are available in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin.
Jeffrey M. Chow
Jeffrey Chow was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. He received his Bachelor
of Science and Bachelor of Laws degrees from the University of Alberta. While at
university, Jeffrey was involved in several student organizations, including the
Chinese Students' Association, the Gateway student newspaper, Student
Orientation Services, the Law Students' Association, and Student Legal Services.
In 1993, Jeffrey articled with the law firm of Hladun & Company and was admitted
to the Alberta Bar in August of 1994. In addition to Hladun & Company, he has
worked at the law firms of Mah & Chiu and Mintz & Chow. Throughout his legal
career, Jeffrey has maintained a general practice, including wills and estates,
immigration, corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on residential
Jeffrey was a member of the Rotary Club Avenue of Nations from 2001 to 2004
and has been the President of the Edmonton Chinese Golf Club from 2001 to
His current extra-curricular activities include curling with the Push Broomers
Curling Club and managing and coaching the Whitemud West teams that his two
young sons play hockey on.