"I chose Lawson because I wanted to develop my legal career in an environment  that is team-oriented, mentorship-focused and, above all, committed to legal excellence."

Rosemary Gregg is an articling student in the Calgary office of Lawson Lundell. She is interested in exploring all practice areas.

Rosemary obtained her J.D. from the University of Calgary, where she was involved in the Student Success program tutoring first-year law students. During law school, she provided research assistance to Dr. Howard Kislowicz on the Divine Intervention Project, exploring the impact of religious intervenors on constitutional litigation.  

Prior to graduation, Rosemary worked as summer student in the Calgary office of Lawson Lundell.

Professional Activities

  • Canadian Bar Association, Student Member
  • Calgary Bar Association, Student Member
  • Women Studying Law Association, Member
  • Pro Bono Students Canada, Member

News & Publications

News & Publications

  • Contributor, Divine Intervention, Part I: A Study of the Operation and Impact of Non-Governmental Interveners in Canadian Religious Freedom Litigation, January 22, 2019

Blog Posts

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University of Calgary (J.D. 2020)

Saint Francis Xavier University (B.A., 2016)

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