Breanne joined Reynolds Mirth in 2012 as a student, completed her articles, and is now a partner with the firm.
She maintains a general practice, with a specific emphasis on utility regulatory proceedings and related matters. Breanne has appeared before the Alberta Utilities Commission on numerous occasions, intervening in utility rate cases on behalf of residential, small business and other end-use customers.
Completed two years of a B.A., with early admission into the Faculty of Law
University of Alberta, J.D. (with Distinction)