Amy Durand earned her law degree after a decade of working in the public and not-for-profit sectors. A problem solver, she chose to practice law as a way of helping people and organizations advance their interests and make meaningful changes in their communities.
Amy joined Field Law in April 2023 after articling at the Alberta Court of King’s Bench. During her time at the University of Alberta, she was a member of the Alberta Law Review and a writer for the Faculty of Law’s ReconciliACTION blog. Driven by a deep commitment to reconciliation and the public good, Amy has a particular interest in advocating for Indigenous clients and communities.
In her previous work, Amy has advised Ministers, elected officials and senior political staff. Her main focus is the practical impact of her work for her clients.
Value to Clients
Amy’s empathetic rapport with her clients grounds her effective advocacy. She offers confident advice to empower her clients.
Outside the Office
When Amy is not in the office, she can be found chauffeuring her two children or curled up with her latest subversive cross-stitching project. Together with her partner, summers are spent at the family cabin on Lac La Ronge and winters are spent at the hockey rink.
Alberta Law Review
2020 - 2022
University of Alberta Black Law Students’ Association
2020 - 2022
Faculty of Law Admissions Committee
Edmonton-Beverly-Clareview Constituency Association
2014 - 2020