Zachary Bliss is a lawyer in the Field Law Edmonton office practicing in Labour + Employment as well as litigation, insurance and professional regulatory law.
Prior to joining Field, Zachary completed his Bachelor of Commerce degree at MacEwan University. He then worked for the Government of Alberta as an Indigenous Intern in Children’s Services where he delivered the KAIROS Blanket Exercise to child welfare workers and consulted with survivors of the Sixties Scoop in Ceremony to inform the apology Premier Notley gave in 2018.
Zachary completed his J.D. at the University of Alberta where he volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and, during his final year, worked as a research assistant to Dr. Cameron Jefferies which culminated in a co-authored paper in the Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy.
He joined Field Law as an articling student in June 2021 and was called to the Alberta Bar in August 2022.
Outside the Office
Zach can usually be found with his nose in a book, baking, bouldering, or playing Dungeons & Dragons. He is a big hockey fan and lifelong learner – he is currently trying to learn the Bass.