Faiz-Ali Virji

Faiz-Ali Virji: Attorney with Field Law
  • Associate at Field Law (122 Attorneys)
  • 2500 - 10175 101 Street NW, Edmonton, AB, Canada T5J 0H3
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Faiz-Ali Virji is a business-focused lawyer with general litigation and insurance practices representing corporate and commercial entities in Alberta.

His experience includes advising on a broad range of issues including:

•Commercial, shareholder and collections matters
•Condominium and tenancy actions
•Corporate and construction dispute resolution

His insurance practice includes matters involving coverage, defense and subrogated actions for property and injury matters under automobile, property and commercial general liability policies. For his commercial clients, Faiz’s solutions-focused approach helps them navigate misunderstandings around shareholder agreements and business disputes, as well as debt recovery matters.

Value to Clients

Offering my clients a holistic perspective on their cases is critical. We evaluate each situation thoroughly and objectively so that we do what’s best for the client. As a valued advisor, it’s my role to help them avoid lengthy and expensive litigation through creative and personal solutions that educate them on the best route to take.

Outside of work

Faiz’s love of hockey has seen him be a player and a coach, as well as an avid Oilers fan. During law school, Faiz’s creative side saw him in the roles of video director and actor for the Law Show productions of “Charlie and the Law Factory”, “Allawdin”, and “Harry Lawter”, Vice-President Social of the Law Student's Association, a writer for the Canons of Construction and a member of the Litigators Hockey Team. A good book and a trip “anywhere” are also high on his list of things he likes to do.


Seminar on the United Nations and International Affairs
2017 - Present


Haymour v. The Owners Condominium Plan No 802 2845, 2016 ABCA 367

Haymour v. Condominium Plan No 802 2845, 2016 ABQB 393

News + Views + Events

January 2017
CPP Disability Benefits: To Deduct or Not to Deduct
July 2016
If Your Expert Doesn’t Know the Product he is Testifying on, You’re Gonna Have a Bad Time

Areas of Practice (5)

  • Construction
  • Insurance
  • Small + Medium Business
  • Litigation
  • Collections

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 423 7607  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
Law School Attended:
University of Alberta, J.D., 2015
Year of First Admission:
2016, Alberta; 2017, Northwest Territories


Canadian Bar Association Northern Alberta Junior Lawyers Section Executive
2017 - Present

Reported Cases:
Reported Cases: Haymour v. The Owners Condominium Plan No 802 2845 2016 ABCA 367 Alberta Court of Appeal 2016; Haymour v. Condominium Plan No 802 2845 2016 ABQB 393 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2016
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