Field Law’s Calgary office traces its roots back to 1921 and a firm named Shouldice & Brockington. That firm eventually became Atkinson Milvain, which after several mergers became Field Law.
Field Law’s Edmonton office traces its roots back to 1915 and a firm named Woods, Sherry, Collison & Field. Over the last 105 years the firm has continued and grown with the City of Edmonton, changing names over 15 times to eventually become Field Law.
In April 2001, Field Atkinson Perraton gained a home base in the North by merging with the Yellowknife firm Williams & Company. And as Jack Williams tells it, a fishing expedition he made to Field’s Edmonton office helped set the stage for the agreement.