Allen MacCallum

Outside of the office, Allen is a keen hockey player and still plays every Friday morning with a group of business partners, clients and his two sons – a tradition started over thirty-five years ago. He also enjoys taking the time to relax in White Rock where he and his wife Evie have resided since 1974.


  • LLB, University of British Columbia,
  • BA Political Science, Economics, University of Manitoba and Bishop’s University.

Professional Activities:

  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia
  • Legal Aid Langley Seniors Resource Centre

Allen was called to the bar in 1974 and has been practicing law in the Fraser Valley for 42 years, 39 of which have been while in Langley, B.C.

To make an appointment with Allen please contact 604.546.6345

Allen began his successful law career articling & practicing with Thompson & McConnell, in White Rock where he practiced in criminal and civil litigation matters. He went on to join fellow UBC classmates at Forbes Nielsen, building his practice in land, estate planning and business law matters. The Langley partners at Forbes Nielsen decided to create the partnership known as MacCallum McIntyre in 1984, and MacCallum Law Group LLP was established in 2008. By 2012, MacCallum Law Group merged with Bryenton Associates establishing the full service law firm we are today.

Allen has built a strong practice in all matters of Business Law, and provides a wealth of knowledge and experience in Real Estate, Land Matters, and Estate Planning. Allen’s practice has also evolved into a few niche areas and he has particular experience relating to Franchise Law and all matters relating to Mortgage Investment Corporations.

Allen is a regular visitor to the Langley Senior Resource Centre where he often gives seminars and legal advice to seniors in all matters of Elder Care. Allen prides himself in his creative approach to problem solving, has built great relationships and friendships with his longstanding clients and his networks of business partners, and has established himself as a key figure in Langley’s legal community.