Anita is an Associate at Carbert Waite LLP. She began her articles with Carbert Waite LLP in August 2020 after graduating from the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, Anita obtained her Bachelor of Science in Environmental and Conservation Sciences with a major in Land Reclamation. She also worked at Environment and Climate Change Canada where she was involved in the regulatory approval process for large-scale resource development projects.
While in law school, Anita completed a clerkship course with the Provincial Court of Alberta and participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Anita was also actively involved in the student community and participated in several clubs and events, including Law Show, a long-standing theatrical production put on by law students aimed at raising funds for a local charity.
Anita continues to volunteer with the Pro Bono Students Canada’s Civil Claims Duty Counsel and Queen’s Bench Amicus programs where she assists self-represented litigants navigate their legal claims and prepare for court appearances. She is fluent in Polish.
- University of Alberta (BSc., With Distinction, 2017)
- University of Alberta (J.D., 2020)
- Law Society of Alberta
- Canadian Bar Association
2021 Employment Law Year in Review
December 16, 2021
On November 24, 2021, members of Carbert Waite’s Employment Law Group gathered for a fireside chat to discuss some of the key legislative changes, COVID-19 updates, and notable cases to emerge in 2021 as well as their impacts heading into 2022. Read on to see some of the key issues…Continue Reading
How Can Condominium Corporations Collect and Pursue Delinquent Unit Owners for Their Legal Fees?
September 16, 2021
The law is not yet settled whether condominium corporation can collect legal fees from delinquent unit owners or not. What both the unit owner and the condominium board members should know.Continue Reading
Vaccination Policies in the Workplace: To Mandate or to Incentivize?
August 3, 2021
As vaccination eligibility opens and work from home restrictions are slowly lifted, workplaces have options when it comes to encouraging employees to get their vaccines before returning to the workplace.Continue Reading
Can Employment Termination Meetings be Done Remotely?
May 13, 2021
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, in-person termination meetings have become anywhere from inconvenient for people working predominantly from home to potentially impossible in some cases.Continue Reading
Changes to Workers’ Compensation Act and Occupational Health and Safety Act
May 4, 2021
In order to help you understand these changes, we’ve prepared a table comparing the key amendments in Bill 47 to the previous statutory frameworks. We’ve also set out some of the impacts these amendments may have on workers and employers.Continue Reading
Alberta Government Announces 3-hour Paid Leave for COVID-19 Vaccinations
April 22, 2021
Employees are now entitled to paid leave to get their COVID-19 vaccination. We discuss what is required by employees and employers in this blog.Continue Reading
With Prejudice” vs. “Without Prejudice”
November 9, 2020
In attempts to resolve a dispute, parties will often exchange settlement offers labeled “without prejudice.” Sometimes, they are labeled “with prejudice.” These terms are often taken for granted, however they have important legal meanings.Continue Reading