1981 – B.A., University of Alberta
1986 – B.Comm., University of Alberta
1990 – LL.B., Queen’s University
1991 – Admitted to the Alberta Bar
2002 – LL.M., University of Alberta
Alternative Dispute Resolution, Constitutional & Charter of Rights, Commercial, Corporate, Labour, Litigation, Municipal, Wills, Estates & Trusts, Administrative, Construction, Employment, Health, Residential Real Estate
Prior to pursuing his law degree, Albert worked in human resources and labour relations in the private sector. He has a background in the farming, commercial fishing, engineering-procurement-construction, mining, and steel industries. He carries on a general practice of law, with an emphasis on employment and labour, human rights, occupational health and safety, workers’ compensation, education law, health law, municipal law, community policing and enforcement, emergency services, commercial, corporate, non-profits, farming, litigation, and privacy law. Albert also works in cross-border immigration transfers of manpower, as well as, policy writing, surface rights, and the Alberta Energy Regulator. He has experience in prevention, investigations, damage control, crisis management, risk management, strategy plans, and emergency and disaster plans.
Albert’s experience in labour, industrial relations and human resources, combined with his law degree, give him an in-depth understanding of a variety of labour issues. He has appeared before various quasi-judicial tribunals and the courts.