Daina carries on a general practice of law primarily focused on municipal and administrative law.
She has appeared before all levels of Alberta courts and the Supreme Court of Canada, and regularly appears before and acts as counsel for administrative tribunals including subdivision and development appeal boards and the Land and Property Rights Tribunal. Daina provides advice to municipalities and related entities such as growth management boards and regional services commissions.
Daina regularly writes and speaks on municipal law issues and has given presentations at a number of municipal association conferences including Alberta Municipalities, Rural Municipalities of Alberta, the Society of Local Government Managers (SLGM), the Local Government Administration Association and Alberta Municipal Supervisors.
After law school, Daina clerked with the Alberta Court of Appeal before finishing her articles with Reynolds Mirth. She also previously worked at the Centre for Constitutional Studies.
University of Alberta, B.A. (with Distinction)
University of Alberta, LL.B. (with Distinction)