Lenci Kadavil is a lawyer in our Calgary office. After graduating from law school, Lenci started his legal career at a large international corporate law firm, later moved to a medium sized national firm, and then a small full service firm. Lenci joined Parlee McLaws as an associate after working in-house with a property and casualty insurer providing him with an insider’s perspective of how best to service insurance companies.

Lenci primarily practices within the full spectrum of civil litigation. He also has experience in corporate/commercial, wills & estates, class actions, criminal and family law related matters. Lenci has been successful in several cases which include, but is not limited to: applications, bail hearings, pre-trial conferences, administrative tribunal hearings, and trials. He has also done appeal work on several files and has experience with trials at both the Provincial Court and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench.

Lenci completed a Bachelor of Science in engineering at the University of Calgary, with a minor in management. He also did some academic work in philosophy and psychology before deciding to pursue his passion for the law. Lenci graduated from Toronto’s Osgoode Hall Law School. During his studies, he was the treasurer of the York Debating Society and also belonged to the Osgoode Debating Society.

Lenci places his client’s needs first and foremost and strictly adheres to his duty of zealous advocacy.



  • Volunteer, Debating Coach

Representative Cases

  • Terroco Drilling Ltd. v Beal, 2015 CanLII 33529 (AB ESU)


Canada: Competitor Agreements: Interpreting Criminal Conspiracy In A Blended Criminal-Civil Regime,” article by Randal T. Hughes and Emrys C. Davis, Bennet Jones LLP, for mondaq, November 1, 2012 (contributor)

Community Hearings on Enbridge Gateway Project Winds Down,” for the Mineral Law Newsletter Update Vol. 3 2012


Bi-Monthly Report for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region – May/June/July 2012,” for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, August 2012 etc.