Tory maintains a broad litigation practice in commercial litigation, and general civil litigation with a focus on health law, employment and human rights. Before joining Carbert Waite, Tory practiced insurance and commercial litigation at a regional law firm. Tory applies a pragmatic, results-driven approach to provide clients with efficient and effective solutions to complex litigation disputes. She has acted as counsel or assisted with matters before all three levels of court in Alberta.
Prior to law school, Tory received her Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in Philosophy from Queen’s University. Tory obtained her law degree from the University of Kent in England, where she was awarded the Social Sciences Faculty Prize and a scholarship to pursue her Master of Laws in Medical Law and Ethics, for which she received first prize for Academic Excellence. While in law school, Tory volunteered as an Academic Mentor and Law Clinic Co-ordinator, and completed additional courses in Mediation and Negotiation.
Tory is actively involved with the Canadian Bar Association, currently serving as Co-Chair of the Young Lawyers Alberta (South) section, and Vice Chair for the Health Law section. She also enjoys volunteering for Civil Claims Duty Counsel, and as a Mentor to law students.
- Queen’s University (B.A. (Hons.), 2011)
- University of Kent (LL.B., 2014)
- University of Kent (LL.M., 2016)
- Law Society of Alberta (2017)
- Canadian Bar Association
- Calgary Bar Association
- Association of Women Lawyers
- Advocates’ Society