Jason Kully is an Edmonton-based lawyer serving clients in the practice areas of professional regulation and labour and employment. Jason’s clients include professional regulatory organizations, post-secondary institutions, and businesses of all sizes.
Jason serves as a legal advisor for a variety of professional regulatory organizations across many different professions, including health care, legal, real estate, engineering and geoscience, in matters involving governance, conduct and discipline, policies and procedure, privacy, registration, and unauthorized practice. He has appeared before tribunals to present cases concerning allegations of unprofessional conduct and has also acted as independent counsel to tribunals. Jason co-authored The Annotated Health Professions Act, with Jim Casey, QC, Katrina Haymond and Greg Sim, which was published by Thomson Reuters in 2020 and is a practical guide for legal counsel and regulators and includes extensive annotations, commentary, templates and flowcharts.
Jason has experience working with several post-secondary institutions in Alberta, including Canada’s second-largest university, in matters involving institutional policy and procedure, legislative compliance, labour relations, human rights, contract matters, employment issues and administrative practice and procedure.
Clients engage Jason for support on a number of labour and employment issues including:
- Advice on termination and layoff situations in unionized and non-unionized environments
- Development of human resource policies
- Advice throughout the collective bargaining process
- Drafting employment agreements and assisting with the amendment of agreements
- Privacy breaches and addressing data integrity issues proactively
Jason frequently provides training on labour and employment and professional regulatory issues. Jason is a member of Field Law's Sexual Misconduct + Harassment Team, and has completed trauma-informed training.
Jason’s experience clerking at the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench has informed his own legal practice and has contributed to his development as an oral advocate for his clients. Although based in Edmonton, Jason works with clients throughout Alberta.
Value to Clients
“When working with clients, I make sure I have a clear understanding of their financial and business priorities and then craft my approach to my client’s case accordingly. Through timeliness and efficiency, informed by a full understanding of their issues in a legal and business context, I can deliver effective solutions that take a bigger-picture view of the overall situation.”
Outside the Office
Jason’s love of food and enjoying cuisines from around the world keeps him busy when he isn’t in the office. Whether he’s traveling the world and diving into the local culinary scene somewhere abroad, or simply sampling the newest arrival in Edmonton’s vibrant restaurant scene, Jason is always enriching his cultural palate. Beyond food and travel, Jason also enjoys playing volleyball and ultimate Frisbee.
Boyle Street Community Services
2017 - Present