Heidi is an associate in the firm’s research and opinions department. She provides legal research, opinions, and submissions on a variety of legal topics and has a particular interest in administrative law, regulatory law, and Aboriginal law.
Heidi attended law school at the University of Calgary, where she was an Editor of the Alberta Law Review and participated in Pro Bono Students Canada. She then served as a law clerk to the Honourable Mr. Justice Annis at the Federal Court in Ottawa, providing assistance on applications for judicial review from decisions of federal boards and administrative tribunals. Prior to joining Lawson Lundell LLP, Heidi worked at a leading national law firm in Vancouver and in the Environmental Law Section of Alberta Justice and Solicitor General.
Before pursuing a legal career, Heidi obtained an environmental engineering degree from the University of Waterloo, with a specialization in water resources. She brings a wide range of experience in industry and project management to Lawson Lundell.
- Canadian Bar Association, Member (Legal Research, Environmental, Aboriginal and Administrative Law Subsections)
- Vancouver Bar Association, Member
- Women Lawyers Forum, Member
News & Publications
- Spiritual Sites and Ski Hills: Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia (Forest, Lands and Natural Resources Operations), 2017 SCC 54, Project Law Blog, November 6, 2017