Heidi’s incisive and pragmatic approach to the practice of law is an asset to her clients.
Heidi carries on a general civil litigation practice with a particular interest in administrative law, estate law, commercial litigation, and condominium law. Her clients include condominium corporations, property owners, business owners, and professional regulatory organizations.
She has appeared before various boards and tribunals and has successfully represented clients at all levels of court in Alberta as well as the Supreme Court of Canada (leave to appeal).
Prior to attending law school, Heidi spent five years working for a large residential landlord as a Buyer and Expeditor. She volunteered for Student Legal Services throughout law school and worked as both a Civil and Family Day Leader and Civil Project Coordinator, gaining experience representing others in Provincial Court and various tribunals. She also worked as a research assistant to a leading academic in the area of Aboriginal Law. Heidi clerked at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton before joining RMRF to finish her articles.
Heidi is a regular speaker for numerous industry groups and currently teaches Professional Responsibility at the University of Alberta Faculty of Law. She has also instructed at Administrative Law at MacEwan University and has taught with the Legal Education Society of Alberta.
Mount Allison University, B.A. (Honours First Class)
University of Alberta, J.D. (with Distinction)
Northwest Territories, 2021