Tory Hibbitt maintains a diverse and multi-jurisdictional practice which involves representing practitioners, hospitals, and health authorities in a range of disputes, including regulatory matters and civil litigation.  In addition to her litigation practice, Tory assists public and private health industry clients to navigate the complexities of relevant statutory and regulatory frameworks.

Tory has a varied background in civil litigation, and has appeared or assisted with matters before all three levels of Alberta courts, including an intensive personal injury trial,  Petz v. Duguay ABQB 0090 2017.  She has also appeared before tribunals, such as the College of Acupuncturists of Alberta, and the Alberta Human Rights Tribunal.  Drawing on her broad experience, Tory applies her academic bent when conducting in-depth analyses of complex legal issues and advising on strategy.  Whether representing clients in disputes or acting in an advisory capacity, Tory implements a pragmatic, results-driven approach to achieve client objectives.

Tory is actively involved with the Canadian Bar Association, currently serving as the Chair of the National Health Law Section, and the past Chair of the Alberta (South) Young Lawyers Section.