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Taking Off: Drone Law in Canada
What You Need to Know to (Legally) Operate a Drone

Did you know that people operating drones are considered pilots of aircraft? Or that the Canadian drone market is estimated to be worth between $100-$260 million by 2024? How about the fact that more than 300 Canadian companies fall within the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle sector?...


February 2017
Sandra Corbett, QC Awarded DRI Mary Massaron Award for the Advancement of Women in the Legal Profession

Field Law would like to congratulate Sandra Corbett on her selection as this year’s recipient of the DRI Mary Massaron Award for the Advancement of Women in the Legal Profession....


January 2017
Field Law Relocates Calgary and Edmonton Offices
Law firm accommodates growth of regional practice groups

Field Law has relocated offices in Calgary and Edmonton. Growth, diversification of services and expansion in strategic areas, including energy, are the key drivers of the office moves....


Upcoming Presentations


April 4, 2017
The Dollars and Sense of Safety
Banff

Steve Eichler


April 4, 2017
Safety Culture: Even Sentencing Judges Talk About It
Banff

Steve Eichler


Field Law has one of the largest groups of professional regulatory lawyers in Western Canada. Our lawyers act for numerous regulatory colleges and organizations, providing advice on matters such as governance, legislative reform, registration, continuing competence, discipline, unauthorized practice and privacy. Our lawyers appear before a variety of tribunals to prosecute allegations of unprofessional conduct, to address registration issues and to act as independent legal counsel to tribunals. We also have experience at all levels of Court in applications for judicial review and appeals relating to the regulation of professions and in defending lawsuits brought against regulatory organizations.

We focus on preventative law and practical advice. We regularly provide training for staff and members of regulatory colleges and organizations on topics such as How to Run an Effective Discipline Hearing, Assessing Credibility and How to Prepare Reasons. We publish regular newsletters and case comments on matters of interest to professional regulators and we host a ‘round table’ discussion series for members of the professional regulatory community. One of our group members, James Casey, Q.C. is also the author of two significant publications: The Regulation of the Professions in Canada and A Guide to the Health Professions Act.