Daisy Feehan
Daisy Feehan
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Daisy Feehan is a lawyer in our Edmonton office with a focus on professional regulatory law, privacy law, and labour + employment. 

She received her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry and Psychology from Vancouver Island University in 2016 and received her JD from the University of Alberta in 2020. During law school, Daisy was involved with the Mental Health and Wellness Committee, where she focused on supporting law students.  Daisy also competed in two national moots, where she honed her oral and written advocacy skills. These moots lead Daisy to her role as a Writing Fellow for the UAlberta Law Legal Research and Writing course in 2019-2020. Before and during her JD, Daisy worked with a solo practitioner where she gained experience in interviewing and mediation. 

Daisy joined Field Law as an articling student in September 2020 and was called to the Alberta Bar in September 2021. 

Outside the Office

Daisy enjoys gardening, small building projects, taking care of her mother's dog and spending time with her family.

Top 10 Exceptional Papers of 2019
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry
Third Place Facta and Top Ten Oralist
The Wilson Moot
Howard T Emery Scholarship
UAlberta Law
Faculty of Law Scholarship
UAlberta Law
Dentons Canada LLP Entry Scholarship
UAlberta Law
Faculty of Law Entrance Scholarship
UAlberta Law
April 2022 - 3 min read
Alberta's New Umbrella Legislation: Streamlining the Regulation of Non-Health Professions
Perspectives for the Professions
The Government of Alberta recently announced a timeline for its "Streamlining Professional Legislation" project, which will introduce new umbrella legislation for the regulation of 22 non-health professions in Alberta. The Government is expec...
February 2022 - 3 min read
Substantial Damages Awarded for Refusal to Use Proper Pronouns
Workwise Newsletter
What You Need to Know A recent British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal (BCHRT) decision awarded $30,000 in damages to a restaurant employee due to the actions of a co-worker who repeatedly and deliberately misgendered them by referring to them using ...
November 2021 - 3 min read
Halting Vexatious Litigants in Their Tracks
Perspectives for the Professions
Many regulators have to deal with vexatious litigants. Some complainants or registrants commence baseless legal proceedings against the regulator if they disagree with its decisions. Responding to these proceedings is time-intensive and expensive, es...
October 2021 - 3 min read
Human Rights in Unionized Workplaces: Do Arbitrators Have Exclusive Jurisdiction?
Workwise Newsletter
In a decision released last Friday, the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed the exclusive jurisdiction of labour arbitrators to consider all matters falling under a Collective Agreement, including human rights claims. In Northern Regional Health Auth...
June 2021 - 3 min read
What's in a Name? Restricted Titles Revisited
Perspectives for the Professions
In College of Midwives of British Columbia v. MaryMoon, 2020 BCCA 224, the British Columbia Court of Appeal (“BCCA”) considered whether restricted title provisions found in the British Columbia Health Professions Act (the &ld...
University of Alberta, 2020, Juris Doctor With Distinction
Vancouver Island University, 2016, Bachelor of Science With Distinction, Chemistry and Psychology