He has advised businesses and individuals in a variety of matters, including employment standards, employment contracts, human rights, accommodation, wrongful dismissals, workplace policies, grievance arbitration, labour disputes, occupational health and safety and workers' compensation.
Albert has represented clients before labour arbitrators, the Alberta Labour Relations Board, Alberta Employment Standards, the Alberta Human Rights Commission, the Canadian Human Rights Commission, the Provincial Court of Alberta, the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta and the Court of Appeal of Alberta.
Albert received his B.Ed. From the University of Alberta - Campus Saint-Jean in 2008 and his J.D. from the University of Ottawa in 2012. He was called to the Bar in Ontario and in Alberta in 2013. Prior to joining Field Law, Albert articled at a national law firm in Ottawa. He has written articles on various legal topics and has been published in several academic journals across the country.
Before attending law school, Albert spent time teaching at the junior high level.
Albert is bilingual and provides service in both English and French.
Alberta Law Clarified on Scope of Good Faith in Contract and Incentive Pay Eligibility Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) February 2017
The Time of Year for Holiday Cheer: A Few Things for Employers to Keep in Mind Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) December 2016
When is an Employee's Disability a Factor in his Dismissal? Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) July 2015
Court of Appeal of Alberta Upholds Employers Anton Piller Order Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) January 2015
Terminating Fixed-Term Contracts on Your Terms Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) November 2014
Supreme Court of Canada Upholds Union's Right to Freedom of Expression Workwise (Labour and Employment Law) December 2013
Aerospace and Defence Industries, II. Canada's New Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy The Year in Review, Annual publication of the ABA/Section of International Law, 2013, vol 47
Should the University of Ottawa be designated under the French Language Services Act?, June 2011 Briefly Speaking June 2011
Financial Support Provided by the Department of Canadian Heritage for Minority Language Education: Comments and Proposal for Reform [translation] (2011) 12 RCLF 163 Revue de la common law en francais 2011
The French Language Services Act at 25 Years: Comments and Proposals [translation], Forthcoming Revue du Nouvel-Ontario
Legal Taxonomy of Postsecondary Institutions Offering Programs and Services in French Outside of Quebec [translation] (2012) 36:1 Man LJ 67 Manitoba Law Journal 2012