Taylor Woolsey

Taylor Woolsey: Attorney with Field Law
  • Associate at Field Law (118 Attorneys)
  • 400 - 444 7 AVE SW, Calgary, AB, Canada T2P 0X8
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Taylor Woolsey is a Calgary-based lawyer whose practice focuses on labour and employment law, general litigation and insurance litigation. Her clients include: individual employees, employers, unions, and small to mid-sized corporations across a wide variety of industries. Taylor has appeared before the Alberta Provincial Court, the Alberta Court of Queen’s bench and various tribunals and commissions.

Taylor has experience advising clients on a variety of issues, including:

•Discipline and termination assistance for employers, exit package assessment for employees and wrongful dismissal claims
•Employment standards compliance and complaints
•Employment, consulting and severance agreements
•Benefit and pension administration and claims
•Workplace human rights complaints
•General disputes, contractual disputes, tort claims
•Negotiation and resolution of contractual claims

Taylor’s approach to client service rests on her ability to quickly gain a comprehensive understanding of her client’s concerns and priorities, and then work towards a collaborative, business-minded solution.

Value to Clients

“One of my strengths is building relationships; I’m a firm believer in picking up the phone and in meeting in person. By getting to know my clients, I’m able to be mindful of their goals and priorities, and can strategize with their best interests in mind to deliver a practical solution.”

Outside of Work

Taylor loves spending time outdoors with family and friends. She is often found skiing, hiking, biking and golfing.


Top Oralist in Canada
Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot


Pro Bono Law Alberta Amicus Project
Duty Counsel
2015 - Present
Student Legal Assistance
Volunteer Lawyer
2015 - Present

News + Views + Events

March 2018
26 (Months) is the New 24: No “Hard Cap” on Reasonable Notice Periods
Workwise Newsletter
December 2017
R v Jarvis: Is There a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in Schools?
Workwise Newsletter
October 2017
What Evidence is Required to Implement Random Drug and Alcohol Testing Policies in Safety Sensitive Workplaces?
June 2017
“Fiduciary Duty” as an Ingredient of the Pension “Melange”
May 2017
Legislation Protecting Victims of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images
February 2017
5 Tips to Avoid Constructive Dismissal Claims
December 2015
Small Changes Big Impacts

Areas of Practice (3)

  • Labour and Employment
  • Litigation
  • Pensions and Benefits

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
403 260 8570  Phone
403 264 7084  Fax
University Attended:
University of Toronto, Bachelor of Arts, Honours, 2011; University of Calgary, Juris Doctor, 2015
Year of First admission:
2016, Alberta


Canadian Bar Association
2015 - Present
Calgary Bar Association
2015 - Present


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