Halley is an adept litigator who focuses on results.

The first step for Halley on any case is to perform a cost/benefit analysis for her clients. Helping her clients understand both the upside and the downside of any potential legal action ensures there are no surprises along the way. She is relentlessly organized and efficient, which is undoubtedly the reason her clients continue to sing her praises long after cases are complete.

Halley's general litigation practice focuses on contract disputes, employment matters, personal injury and other tort claims. She also provides advice and counsel on residential landlord and tenant matters, helping landlords and property management companies understand the legal frameworks in which they operate.

Outside of work, Halley is both a golfer and golf-enthusiast. She loves cycling, is a wine aficionado, and can cut a mean rug on the dance floor. In her most recent endeavour she took up sewing and has since crafted a multitude of plush toys for her dog.


  • University of Windsor Law School, J.D.

  • Admitted to the Alberta Bar in 2015

Professional and Community Experience

  • Instructor of Landlord and Tenant Rights, Chinook College Learning Services