Field Law
2500 – 10175 101 St NW
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Phone: 403 260 8560

Field Law, named one of Western and Northern Canada’s top law firms, has more than 120 lawyers working together to provide a wide variety of legal services to businesses and institutions in corporate and commercial matters, litigation and dispute resolution, Northern Aboriginal, labour and employment, insurance, occupational health and safety, privacy, professional regulatory and medical malpractice issues. Additionally the firm provides private services to individuals including estate planning services and real estate transactions.

Our value advantage comes from a commitment to collaborating and partnering with our clients and networks to find creative and effective legal solutions.

Practice Areas
Collections, Bankruptcy & Insolvency
Directors & Officers

Human Rights
Intellectual Property & Technology
Labor & Employment

Professional Regulatory
Real Estate
Title Insurance
Wills, Estates & Trusts

September 2018: Alberta member firm Field Law has expanded its blog to become a portal providing the firm’s clients added information on topics related to wills and estates, construction, commercial litigation and insurance. Plans are also under way for its privacy and craft-brewing lawyers to become contributors to the site. The blog includes insights and updates from the firm’s lawyers designed to increase awareness of key issues in the business and personal lives of clients, potential clients and referral partners. To visit the blog, click here.

August 2018: Alberta member firm Field Law last month awarded $75,000 to organizations and charitable initiatives throughout the province and the Northwest Territories as part of its Community Fund Program. Established in 2012, the firm created the program as a means to amplify and strengthen its charitable giving. Over the past six years, it has awarded $475,000 to over 80 organizations in Alberta and the Northwest Territories. Its related online voting campaign generates favorable publicity for both program participants and the firm, while client involvement with the judging panel helps cultivate stronger community ties. Some of this year’s winning ideas included a summer soccer camp for underserved kids, a community kitchen for those living in poverty, a school gardening program, and a workshop to train volunteers to teach English to newcomers.

November 2017: Sandra Corbett, QC, of Alberta member firm Field Law has been presented the 2017 Women in Law Leadership Award in the area of leadership in the profession. The award recognizes lawyers in private practice who have demonstrated extraordinary leadership and a commitment to being a positive role model for other lawyers. The honor was conferred at the 7th annual WILL award dinner, which was held November 9, 2017, in Calgary.

March 2017: U.S. President Donald Trump’s far-reaching executive order imposing new bans on refugees and some legal immigrants has not only sown considerable confusion but also among individuals and businesses around the world generated considerable interest in immigration options to Canada. To help its fellow member firms advise their clients, both individual and corporate, Alberta member firm Field Law has prepared “Canada Welcomes You,” which was written by Vance Langford and Jenna Kirk, both of whom are members of the firm’s business immigration group. With over 15 years’ experience working with Canadian and international clients, Mr. Langford has extensive knowledge of the Canadian temporary foreign worker program, employer compliance and strategies for obtaining permanent residence and citizenship in Canada. He received his legal education at the University of British Columbia. Ms. Kirk has assisted individuals and employers with applications for admission to Canada as temporary residents and foreign workers, and with applications for permanent residence and citizenship. She also has experience with U.S. visa applications, waivers and NEXUS applications, as well as Canadian record suspension applications, applications based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds and residency appeals. She received her J.D. from the University of Calgary.