Trina Jackson
Trina Jackson
Paralegal, Litigation Services
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Trina Jackson is a litigation paralegal with 30 years’ experience working in residential and commercial lease enforcement in Alberta, debt collections, corporate + business disputes, and insurance litigation.

Trina has a variety of skills including:

  • Residential Tenancy matters, on behalf of the Landlord
  • Unsecured debt recovery and judgment enforcement for debt actions in Alberta, including commencing actions and enforcement of judgments
  • Commercial Lease Enforcement, including terminating commercial leases and landlord’s distress seizures
  • Subrogated insurance claims, including commencing actions and enforcement of judgments
  • Personal property security enforcement, including the seizure of secured goods

Trina is an administrator for a large Facebook Group that supports Legal Assistants and Paralegals and volunteers with the Edmonton Legal Community Centre. 

Value to clients

Trina believes in strong relations with clients and works very hard to ensure that she has a full understanding of their needs. Her strength is in her respect for both the client and the tenants and debtors. Trina concentrates on allowing people to feel more comfortable in stressful situations, providing simple language and a variety of options available whenever possible.

Outside the Office

Trina is passionate about wine and in 2018 obtained her Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) Level 1 and has been hosting a monthly wine club since February 2017. In the summer months, you will usually find her horseback riding, hiking one mountain or another and spending time with family and friends.

Alberta Association of Professional Paralegals (AAPP)
2017 - 2019
MacEwan University
2018 - Present
Edmonton Legal Community Centre
Volunteer Paralegal
2018 - Present
June 20, 2023
Legal Fundamentals for Manufactured Home Communities
Understanding the legal aspects of manufactured and modular home management is crucial for anyone involved in the day-to-day operation of these communities.  Join Field Law’s Paul Kolida and Trina Jackson for an in-d...
July 22, 2021
Abandoned Manufactured Homes: The Court Process Clarified
Q+A Session
Abandoned homes have been an issue for landlords of manufactured home communities for a long time. They can be rather complicated, and knowing when a Quit Claim and Release by the tenant is appropriate, and when to bring a court application can be conf...
November 20, 2020
Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act Webinar
Join Field Law, in conjunction with the Alberta Sheriff’s Department, for a webinar on how landlords can deal with undesirable behaviours of tenants located in their communities.Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods (SCAN) is a confidential, compl...
June 25, 2020
How Amendments to the MHSTA Impact Landlords of Manufactured Home Communities
Enforcing rental arrears and other tenant breaches under a Lease are an important aspect of a Landlord’s business and recently proclaimed amendments to the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act are going to have a direct impact on how Landlord’s ...
February 2020
Bill 3 - Proposed Amendments to the Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Act
On February 26, 2020, the Government of Alberta tabled Bill 3: Mobile Home Sites Tenancies Amendment Act, 2020. When passed, this Bill will change the current dispute resolution regime for mobile home disputes. Currently, all disputes relating to ...
The Career College, 1994, Professional Legal Assistant