Areas of Practice

Aboriginal Law1
Civil Litigation2
Employment Law3


Graduate of the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Arts in Geography (B.A. with distinction) in 2005.4
graduate of the University of Saskatchewan College of Law (JD) in 2009.3
Graduate of the University of Calgary with a Master of Science in Sustainable Energy Development (MSc) in 2013.2
Called to the Bar of Alberta in 2010 and joined the firm in 2015.1


In law school, Grant was active in the College of Law's Legal Follies Production. During his initial years of practice he served as the Social Convenor of the Medicine Hat Bar Association.1
He is also an annual presenter/facilitator at the Forum for Young Albertans, delivering the legal elements of the program to civically minded high school students.2
In addition to Grant's legal experience, he has worked in the non-profit sector providing policy advice and assisting with government relations.3