Chloe Mathioudakis is a Calgary-based dispute resolution lawyer. She has represented clients in various litigation matters in Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench (including Surrogate Matters) and Provincial Court.
Since she started at Field Law as a summer student, Chloe has gained a breadth of general litigation experience and in recent years has begun actively seeking to expand her knowledge in the areas of estate ligation, administration and planning.
Chloe serves clients seeking to navigate disputes. She has been involved in resolving estate and power of attorney disputes, property issues including mortgage enforcement, debt collection, and corporate/commercial disputes. She also assists insurance companies with disputes involving automobile and commercial general liability policies.
Prior to joining Field Law as a lawyer, Chloe summered and articled with the Firm. She also spent a summer working for the Calgary Office of the Criminal Division of Alberta’s Crown Prosecution Services.
Outside the Office
Chloe enjoys being outside when she can, especially when she is running, hiking, skiing or riding her motorcycle. Chloe and her pets spend time volunteering with the Pet Access League Society (PALS) of Calgary.
Pet Access League Society of Calgary (PALS)
2016 - Present
Indigenous Youth Outreach Program Coordinator
2015 - 2017