Jenna Kirk
Jenna Kirk
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Jenna Kirk is a lawyer in our Calgary office practicing in the Labour and Employment Group, focusing on Business Immigration. She has experience in Business Immigration, Employment, Workplace Human Rights and Occupational Health and Safety.

Jenna has successfully helped individuals and employers with applications for admission to Canada as temporary residents and foreign workers, and with applications for permanent residence and citizenship. She also has experience with U.S. visa applications, waivers and NEXUS applications, as well as Canadian record suspension applications, applications based on humanitarian and compassionate grounds and residency appeals. She has worked with clients all over the world to create and develop business and immigration opportunities.

With respect to employment law, Jenna has experience advising on a wide range of employment related matters including employment contracts and agreements, workplace policies and procedures, wrongful dismissal claims, discrimination, the duty to accommodate, discipline and termination. She has successfully helped employers and employees understand their legal rights and responsibilities under provincial employment standards and human rights legislation.

Prior to joining Field Law, Jenna articled with a local boutique immigration law firm and worked in the areas of immigration and employment law for a large Canadian oil company. Jenna received her Bachelor of Science in Physics (2008) from Brandon University and her Juris Doctorate (2013) from the University of Calgary. Jenna was called to the Alberta Bar in 2014 and is an active member of the Alberta Bar Association, the Canadian Bar Association and the Calgary Bar Association.

Value to Clients

“Because I have focused my law practice almost exclusively on immigration, I have been able to build up a very solid knowledge base to inform my client service. As a member of the Calgary Immigration Centre, I remain connected to ongoing developments in the field and have built and continue to foster strategic partnerships with key individuals. I leverage these partnerships on behalf of my clients.”

Outside the Office

Jenna is an active community member, and uses her time outside of the office to engage with those around her in positive, productive ways. She volunteers with immigration-related causes, and is also a volunteer lawyer for Student Legal Assistance. The organization provides legal information and pro bono legal representation for individuals who do not have the resources to engage legal counsel on their own. 

Law Society of the Northwest Territories
Canadian Bar Association, National Immigration Law Section
2013 - Present
Canadian Bar Association
Law Society of Alberta
Calgary Bar Association
Canadian Bar Association, National Immigration Law Section
Young Lawyer Coordinator
Canadian Bar Association Alberta Branch (South)
Student Legal Assistance
Volunteer Lawyer
2013 - Present
Student Legal Assistance
Student Volunteer
2010 - 2012
April 11-12, 2018
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July 2017
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May/June 2017
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March 2017
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University of Calgary, 2013, Juris Doctor
Brandon University, 2008, Bachelor of Science
Northwest Territories,2017