Chloe Cadieux
Chloe Cadieux
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Chloe Cadieux is a Calgary-based dispute resolution and estate administration lawyer. She has represented clients in various litigation matters in Alberta’s Court of Queen’s Bench (including Surrogate and Represented Adult Matters) and in Provincial Court. She has also assisted personal representatives with navigating the administration of contentious and non-contentious estate matters, and has advised beneficiaries on their rights in relation to various estate issues.  

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, substitute decision-making and represented adult ligation, estate administration and planning.

Chloe serves clients seeking to navigate disputes. She has been involved in resolving estate, represented adult and substitute decision-making disputes, property issues including mortgage enforcement, debt collection, and corporate/commercial disputes for large organizations. She also has experience in assisting 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 hiking, skiing or riding her motorcycle with her partner. Chloe and her pets spend time volunteering with the Pet Access League Society (PALS) of Calgary.

Canadian Bar Association National Estates and Substitute Decision-Making Concordance Table
Contributor, Alberta
2019 - Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Wills and Trusts Section (South)
2018 - Present
Canadian Bar Association Alberta, Young Lawyers (South)
2018 - Present
Canadian Bar Association’s Access to Justice Committee
2020 - Present
Canadian Bar Association’s Law Day  
2018 - Present
Pet Access League Society of Calgary (PALS)
2016 - Present
Indigenous Youth Outreach Program Coordinator
2015 - 2017
Graeff Estate v Huey, 2020 ABQB 262
Graeff Estate v Huey, 2020 ABQB 330
Martin v Hunter, 2021 ABQB 153
November 21, 2019
Cannabis Potpourri: One Year of Legal Cannabis in Canada Webinar
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October 16, 2019
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November 2018
Buildex Calgary Seminar Talks Cannabis in the Workplace
Journal of Commerce
Summer 2018
To Each Their Own - Cannabis Rules and Markets to Vary by Territory
Aboriginal Business Quarterly
April 2018
Cannabis Regulation in Canada’s Territories
Countdown to Cannabis Legislation
Canada's plans for cannabis legalization are slowly rolling into focus. While many of the details of the regulatory framework are still under review, it is clear that the approach to regulation taken by the Provinces and Territories is mixed and di...
February 2018
Jail for OHS Offences? Yes - Even if the OHS Prosecutor Didn’t Ask For it!
Workwise Newsletter
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September 2017
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Workwise Newsletter
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The Wild West: Drone Laws and Privacy in Canada
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University of Calgary, 2017, Juris Doctor
Queen's University, 2014, Bachelor of Arts (Honours)