Lily Nguyen: Attorney with Field Law

Biography

Lily Nguyen joined Field Law in June 2011 to complete her articles after clerking at the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench. She was called to the Bar in December 2011 and immediately joined Field as a lawyer.

Lily practises primarily Administrative Law, with emphasis in the areas of professional regulation, labour and employment, human rights, privacy and pension matters. Lily has advised clients on a wide variety of matters. She has provided research, drafting and hearing support at most levels of courts and tribunals, from internal appeal proceedings to judicial review and appeals to the Court of Queen's Bench and Court of Appeal.

Lily is a member of Field's Professional Regulatory practice group and a regular contributor to Perspectives for the Profession, Field's newsletter on administrative law and professional regulation.

Honours and Awards

Jason Lang Scholarship for Academic Achievement 2010
Ticker Club Award (for business reporting) 2002
National Newspaper Award Citation of Merit 2002

Published Works

Articles

Case Summary: Test for Interim Conditions Perspectives for the Professions January 2017
Case Summary: Third Party Accreditation Perspectives for the Professions January 2017
Restoring the Balance: Lessons from the Human Rights Appeal of Mihaly v Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta 2016 ABQB 6 Perspectives for the Professions April 2016
How Not to Regulate the Profession: Findings of Discrimination at B.C. Veterinary Body Offers Cautionary Tale Perspectives for the Professions December 2015
Merely a Witness? The Uncertain Rights of a Complainant in Disciplinary Proceedings Perspectives for the Professions June 2015
Case Comments: Finality and Relitigation Perspectives for the Professions October 2014
Case Comments: Interpretation of Standards of Practice and Standard of Review Perspectives for the Professions October 2014
Complying with Notice Provisions Perspectives for the Professions May 2014
Social Media and Policing: Employment and Operational Issues Law of Policing Conference November 2013
Did SCC Flip Flop on Finality? Perspectives for the Professions September 2013
Professional Regulators Must Address Human Rights Issues: Burden or Blessing? Perspectives for the Professions June 2012

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Professional Regulatory
  • Litigation

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
780 643 8766  Phone
780 428 9329  Fax
www.fieldlaw.com
University Attended:
University of Alberta, Bachelor of Arts, Honors English, 1995; Carleton University, Master in Journalism, 1999
Law School Attended:
University of Alberta, Bachelor of Laws, 2010
Year of First admission:
2011
Admission:
2011, Alberta
Reported Cases:
Reported Cases: Al-Ghamdi v. Peace Country Health Region 2017 ABCA 31 Alberta Court of Appeal 2017; Paradis Honey Ltd. v. Canada 2015 FCA 89 Federal Court of Appeal 2015; Al-Ghamdi v Peace Country Health Region 2015 ABQB 155 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2015; Gale v College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta 2012 ABQB 702 Alberta Court of Queen's Bench 2012
ISLN:
922296247

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