Lauren Coles' area of practice is administrative law, with a primary focus on labour and employment law, and a secondary focus on health law and administrative law.
Lauren has assisted with matters before all levels of Court in Alberta, as well as before the Alberta Labour Relations Board, International Court of Arbitration, and the Alberta Human Rights Commission.
Lauren helps employers with a variety of issues, including policy drafting and review, terminations, employment agreements, grievances and arbitration, and litigation.
During law school, Lauren worked with an LGBTQ advocacy group that appeared as an intervenor before the Supreme Court of Canada in the TWU v Law Society of British Columbia case. She was also an assistant Editor for the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law and, during her undergrad, an Editor for the Queen’s University Business Review.
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association
- Calgary Bar Association
Bar admissions & education
- Alberta Bar, 2019
- JD, Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law, 2018
- BA (Honours), Queen’s University Faculty of English Language & Literature, 2015