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Lisa Statt Foy
Lawyer, Trademark Agent

Bar Admissions
2005 - Alberta Bar

Practice Areas
Wills, Estates and Trusts
Intellectual Property and Technology
Internet Law

Lisa Statt Foy is a member of the Business Law, Intellectual Property and Technology, and Wills, Trusts and Estates Groups in the Calgary office, and is a Registered Trade Mark Agent. She has extensive experience in Intellectual Property (including trade-marks, copyright, digital assets and intellectual property licensing), Wills and Trusts (including estate administration, succession planning and creating enduring power of attorneys and personal directives) and Represented Adult applications.

Lisa joined the firm as a student-at-law in 2005, after articling with the Alberta Court of Appeal and Court of Queen's Bench. Prior to articling with the Courts, she was employed as a research assistant for the Alberta Law Reform Institute and as an editor for the International Ombudsman Institute. Upon completing law school, Lisa was awarded the Bronze Medal in law for achieving the third-highest academic standing overall. She was published in the International Ombudsman Institute Yearbook for a submission on ombudsmanship in the aboriginal context, and received the William Morrow Essay Prize for her assessment of the impact of international law on ownership and use of the Northwest Passage. Prior to pursuing her legal studies, Lisa worked and traveled extensively throughout Europe, Australia and the Middle East.


Contact Lisa

Office:   Calgary  
Phone:   403 232 1755  
Fax:   403 264 7084