Brittney Tetz

Brittney Tetz: Attorney with Field Law

Biography

Brittney Tetz is a member of the Business Law Group. She is a solicitor whose practice emphasizes corporate and commercial transactions, real estate and commercial lending.

After earning her Bachelor of Commerce with Distinction (2009 - gold medalist) and her Juris Doctorate (2012) from the University of Alberta, Brittney was admitted to the Alberta bar in 2013.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Business
  • Real Estate
  • Corporate Finance and Securities
  • Transactional and Corporate

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 423 9597  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
www.fieldlaw.com/lawyer_overview.asp?lawyerID=367
University Attended:
University of Alberta, B.Com., with Distinction, 2009
Law School Attended:
University of Alberta, J.D., 2012
Year of First admission:
2013
Admission:
2013, Alberta
ISLN:
923611247

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