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August 24, 2015
Field Law Recognized by Chambers Canada, Best Lawyers and Lexpert Rankings
Regional firm earns inclusion in Chambers Canada directory

Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is pleased to announce their recent inclusion in the following national rankings: Chambers Canada, Best Lawyers in Canada© and The Canadian Legal Lexpert™ Directory....


July 31, 2015
Field Law Community Fund Program Awards $40,000 to Northern Alberta Winners
Regional law firm donates funds to local Northern Alberta community initiatives for third year

Field Law, a regional law firm with offices in Calgary, Edmonton and Yellowknife, is proud to be celebrating its 100 year anniversary by donating $100,000 to initiatives throughout Alberta and the Northwest Territories via the annual Field Law Community Fund Program. Now in its third year, the Program, which supports local community projects and initiatives, received a record number of 105 applications, 41 of which came from the Northern Alberta market. Field Law granted two grand prize awards and four additional awards in the Northern Alberta area, providing a total of $40,000 to help launch or grow each local project....


Administrative Law is the body of law governing administrative agencies and tribunals who have been given the responsibility to make administrative, judicial or quasi-judicial decisions. Our lawyers have a depth of experience providing legal advice to agencies and tribunals. We also routinely represent individuals challenging administrative decisions. We present cases to administrative tribunals, act as counsel on judicial review and appeals, act as independent legal counsel to tribunals, assist in the drafting of legislation affecting administrative agencies and tribunals, and act as general counsel to numerous administrative agencies. Our lawyers focus on a number of sectors and industries including professional regulation, policing, privacy, labour and employment, education, and human rights.