Lauren joined Carbert Waite in 2021 after practicing at a regional law firm in Calgary. She maintains a general litigation practice and advises clients on a range of issues including contractual disputes, construction matters, tort-based claims and employment law.
Lauren obtained her J.D. in 2018, and attended law school at the University of Calgary, where she was the recipient of the Bishop & McKenzie Centennial Prize for a high standard of performance in civil procedure. While in law school, Lauren was part of the Pro Bono Students’ Canada Emergency Protection Order Project and the Louise Dean School Project.
Lauren is committed to assisting clients in achieving practical and efficient resolutions to their legal matters and has represented clients in Alberta’s Provincial Court and Court of Queen’s Bench.
- University of Calgary (Bachelor of Arts, 2015)
- Dalhousie University (Bachelor of Arts, 2011)
- Canadian Bar Association (2018)
- Association of Women Lawyers
Construction Progress Billings and Deadlines to Sue
May 18, 2021
In large construction projects, many contractors and sub-contractors issue progress billings over the course of the project. For particularly long and complex projects, a single contractor may issue progress billings for many years.Continue Reading