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May 2017
Field Law Announces Voting Phase of Community Fund Program

Field Law, a western and northern regional law firm, is excited to announce the launch of the online voting phase of the fifth year of the Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). The Program, which supports local pay-it-forward initiatives in the communities Field Law operates in, is now accepting public input to help determine how many of the almost 100 applicants will be awarded funds from the $75,000 available....


April 2017
Field Law Supports Pay-it-Forward Ideas of Local Organizations and Community Causes with $75,000

Field Law, a western and northern regional law firm, is excited to announce the launch of its 5th annual Field Law Community Fund Program (the Program). The Program supports local initiatives and causes within communities in Northern and Southern Alberta and the Northwest Territories. In 2017, the Program will donate $75,000 across all three regions....


Upcoming Presentations


May 31, 2017
Taking Off: Drone Law in Canada
Edmonton

Shohini Bagchee, Erika Carrasco, Marc Yu, Randal Carlson


June 7, 2017
Marijuana in the Workplace Workshop
Calgary and Edmonton

Jenna Kirk, Geoffrey Hope, Christin Elawny, Leanne Monsma


Administrative Law is the body of law governing administrative agencies and tribunals who have been given the responsibility to make administrative, judicial or quasi-judicial decisions. Our lawyers have a depth of experience providing legal advice to agencies and tribunals. We also routinely represent individuals challenging administrative decisions. We present cases to administrative tribunals, act as counsel on judicial review and appeals, act as independent legal counsel to tribunals, assist in the drafting of legislation affecting administrative agencies and tribunals, and act as general counsel to numerous administrative agencies. Our lawyers focus on a number of sectors and industries including professional regulation, policing, privacy, labour and employment, education, and human rights.