Greg Weber


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2006 – B.A., Briercrest College
2010 – M.A., University of Alberta
2014 – J.D., University of Alberta (with Distinction)
2015 – Admitted to the Alberta Bar

Practice Areas

Administrative, Employment, Expropriation, Health, Litigation, Municipal


Greg worked as a summer student with RMRF in 2012 before serving as a Case Comments Co-Editor for the Alberta Law Review and as a summer student in the legal department of the Workers’ Compensation Board. After graduating, he articled at the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta before joining the firm to complete his articles. Greg has been successful at all levels of court in Alberta and carries on a general
practice with an emphasis on civil litigation, employment law, and administrative law.

Associations & Memberships

  • Law Society of Alberta
  • Alberta Expropriation Association
  • Canadian Bar Association

Awards & Achievements

  • Queen Elizabeth II Graduate Scholarship, Master’s Level
  • Walter H. Johns Graduate Fellowship
  • Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canadian Master’s Scholarship
  • Faculty of Law Scholarship
  • Honourable J.J. Statton Q.C. Scholarship

Publications & Articles

  • “Yaiguaje v Chevron: The Real Substantial Connection Test and the Constitutional Limits of Enforcing Courts’ Jurisdiction” (2014) 43:1 Advocates Quarterly 1
  • “Waiver of Tort: Disgorgement Ex Nihilo” (2014) 40:1 Queen’s Law Journal 389
  • “Recent Decisions on the Drop Dead Rule” (Presentation delivered at the Civil Litigation-North Section of the Canadian Bar Association, March 17, 2015)

Community Involvement

  • Volunteer, Civil Claims Duty Counsel
  • Volunteer, church organizations

Hobbies & Interests

  • Astronomy
  • Espresso making
  • Traveling