Amy carries on a general practice with an emphasis on employment law, human rights, disability law, litigation, residential real estate, and wills and estates matters, including adult guardianship and trusteeship matters.
Amy articled with the ARCH Disability Law Centre in Toronto, Ontario where she was called to the bar before returning to Alberta in 2010. Prior to joining Emery Jamieson, Amy carried on a general practice as an associate at an Edmonton law firm. She has represented clients before the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta, as well as before administrative tribunals including the Indian Residential Schools Adjudication Secretariat and the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal.
One of Amy's primary areas of practice is disability law, in particular with respect to adult guardianship and trusteeship matters, human rights issues, employment matters, and Workers' Compensation Board claims.
- Member, Law Society of Alberta
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Secretary, Constitutional & Human Rights Section, Canadian Bar Association
- Board Member, Skills Society
- Volunteer, Edmonton Community Legal Centre
- Volunteer, Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project, Pro Bono Law Alberta
- Volunteer, Edmonton Humane Society
Admitted to Bar
- Alberta, 2010; Ontario, 2010
2009 LL.B. (Dalhousie University)
2006 B.A. (University of Alberta)