Robert Philp's Profile

Robert Philp
Edmonton-City Centre

Bob Philp was previously the Chief of the Alberta Human Right Commission, a Provincial Court Judge, a respected lawyer, and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alberta Faculty of Business.

As a resident of Edmonton – City Centre for the last 24 years, Bob has held executive or board positions on numerous community organizations, including Boyle Street Community Services, Reach Edmonton, Edmonton Community Legal Center, Jellinek Men’s Recovery, HOPE Foundation Edmonton, and the Mayor’s Edmonton Task Force to End Poverty.

Bob received the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal in 2003 and the Alberta Centennial Medal in 2005. In 2017, he received a Distinguished Service Award from the Alberta Branch of the Canadian Bar Association and the Alberta Law Society. Mr. Philp continues to be a mentor to many young lawyers and students and has several notable appointments to the Law Society Committees in Alberta, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.

As an Alberta Party Candidate, Bob will continue to champion human rights, entrepreneurship, and government accountability in Edmonton – City Centre and across Alberta.


Former Chief of Alberta Human Rights Commission - Retired Provincial Court Judge - Board Director Of Multiple Community Organizations
The Alberta Party