Julie carries on a general practice of law with a focus on administrative law, civil litigation, and wills and estates law.
She acts for several professional regulatory bodies and provides advice on regulatory issues, interpretation of legislation, board policy and governance. She has appeared before various tribunals, the Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal. Julie has experience prosecuting and defending professionals in disciplinary hearings and acts as independent legal counsel to various administrative tribunals. She has worked on projects involving the enactment of new professional regulatory legislation and in developing Bylaws, Codes of Ethics and Standards of Practice for regulatory organizations.
In addition, Julie conducts a civil litigation and wills and estates practice. Her wills and estates practice includes estate planning, estate administration and litigation.
• President, Conseil d’ ecole de l’ ecole Notre-Dame
• President, Societe des parents de l’ ecole Notre-Dame
• Former Secretary, Conseil d’ ecole de l’ ecole Notre-Dame
• Former Secretary, Societe des parents de l’ ecole Notre-Dame
• Member, Association canadienne - franaaise de l’ Alberta
• Member, Association des juristes d’ expression franaaise de l’ Alberta
• Former Board Member, Concrete Theatre Society
Hobbies & Interests
Associations & Memberships
•Edmonton Bar Association
•Law Society of Alberta
•Administrative Law, Wills and Estates Sections, Canadian Bar Association
•Association des juristes d'expression francaise de l'Alberta
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