Grace Campbell

2018 / 2019 Articling Student | Calgary

403.206.6337

Portrait of Grace Campbell

Grace hails from the Yukon, Vancouver Island, and the West Kootenays, but has called Calgary home for the last 7 years.

Grace earned her BA in Professional Communication from Royal Roads University. She completed her JD at the University of Victoria, Faculty of Law in April 2018. While at UVic, Grace won the Dentons Negotiation Challenge, placed second in the Canadian Client Consultation Competition, and won the course prizes in Family Law and Ethics.  Following law school, Grace clerked at the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta.

Before deciding to pursue law, Grace held a variety of positions ranging from competitive barista to tree-planter to  project manager for an environmental consulting firm.

In her spare time, Grace teaches group fitness, surfs with her brothers, backcountry hikes, and tries her best to keep Miss Chloe (her English Bulldog) below 50 pounds.

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Lien Periods for Work Done On Oil Sands Projects in Alberta

In Davidson Well Drilling Ltd. (Receiver of) v Bank of Montreal, 2016 ABQB 416 (the “Davidson Well Case”), the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench indicated that general improvements on oil sands mining projects that involve the drilling of exploratory oil...

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