Field Law

  • Established in 1915
  • Firm Size 124
  • Field Law, a 100+ year regional business law firm, serves the complex needs of clients in western and northern Canada providing value and clarity.
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About this firm

Field Law is a western and northern regional business law firm listed as one of the largest firms in Canada with offices in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta and Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The Firm has been proactively serving clients and providing legal counsel for over 100 years supporting the specific and ever-evolving business needs of regional, national and international clients who do business in western and northern Canada.

More than 120 lawyers and 160 supporting staff work together to provide a comprehensive range of legal and complementary services to businesses, institutions, governments, indigenous peoples and other organizations in corporate and commercial matters, litigation and dispute resolution, labour and employment, insurance, intellectual property and emerging technology, energy, construction, education, privacy, professional regulatory, health and medical malpractice issues. Additionally the Firm provides private services to individuals including estate planning services, tax and real estate transactions. Field Law has lawyers called to the Alberta, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon, Ontario, British Columbia and Saskatchewan Bars.

As a member of SCG Legal, Field Law's clients also gain access to a seamless global network of firms allowing members to navigate a complex and ever-changing legal landscape with local support. The Canadian firms of the SCG Legal network have proactively worked to create an integrated SCG Legal Team Canada structure. The SCG Legal Canadian members include nine firms that span the country with 19 offices and over 500 lawyers. If compared to the largest firms in Canada, this combined Canadian network would fall in 7th place. As independent regional firms, the Canadian member firms feel that there is an advantage for clients in retaining strong, local and lean structures. This business alliance allows members to continue to develop deep provincial, municipal, regional business and community relationships while retaining a low overhead model.

Field's value advantage comes from a commitment to professional excellence and collaborative partnerships with our clients and networks. Clients benefit from Field Law’s framework of a client service culture and dedication to successfully running the Firm as a competitive, continuously improving business while pursuing legal excellence. Field Law is committed to meeting the needs of its clients through creative and pragmatic legal solutions that bring clarity to complex challenges.

One of Field Law’s core values is giving back to the communities it serves and is active in many community and charitable initiatives. The Field Law Community Fund Program was launched in 2013 and has so far provided $475,000 in funding to 82 local projects.

For a detailed listing of our services, please review our Services or contact one of our offices.

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  • General
  • Full Service Practice
  • Corporate Law
  • Mergers And Acquisitions
  • Debt Restructuring
  • Tax Law
  • Probate
  • Security Enforcement
  • Securities
  • Real Estate
  • Land Development
  • Commercial Law
  • Wills
  • Estates
  • Trusts
  • Patents
  • Trademarks
  • Intellectual Property
  • Insolvency
  • Constitutional Law
  • General Negligence
  • Trial Practice
  • Appellate Practice
  • Aboriginal Law
  • Insurance
  • Health Law
  • Pipelines
  • Education Law
  • University Law
  • Administrative Law
  • Employment Law
  • Labour Law
  • Environmental Law
  • Lending
  • Landlord And Tenant Law
  • Construction Law
  • Oil And Gas Law
  • Government
  • Mass Litigation

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