- 3.1/5.0 (1 review)
Throughout the course of her career, Leah has represented health care clients at various levels of court and at professional regulatory tribunals. Leah has appeared before the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, and during the pre-trial period at Judicial Dispute Resolution conferences.
Leah’s well-regarded reputation within the legal industry has culminated in recognition for multiple industry awards, including Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-reviewed award for ethical standards, and Martindale-Hubbell’s peer-reviewed award for legal ability in her field. This established reputation has helped Leah cement herself as a go-to resource for health care clients who can rely on her throughout high-stakes situations to provide them with the business-oriented solutions they require.
Value to Clients
“I’ve spent my career building up my experience in this field, and narrowing my practice focus, so that I can provide clients with the knowledgeable, informed solutions they need for the issues that they bring me. My extensive familiarity with the health care industry, their insurers, and the other major players within the field allow me to provide my clients with holistic, risk-managed counsel.”
Outside the Office
Leah’s love of travel keeps her on the go when she isn’t in the office assisting clients. When she isn’t exploring the world, she’s spending time with her family, on her bike, or generally enjoying life.
Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings
Nattrass v. Weber,  A.J. No. 1073, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Skeels (Estate of) v. Iwashkiw, 2006 ABQB 335, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Cambridge (Next Friday of) v. Traff,  A.J. No. 361, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Wadman v. Toronto-Dominion Bank,  A.J. No. 344, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Syncrude Canada Ltd. v. Canadian Bechtel Ltd.,  A.J. No. 915, Alberta Court of Queen's Bench
Law Society of Alberta
Edmonton Bar Association
Canadian Bar Association - Health Law Subsection