Dylan obtained his LL.B. in 2009 and joined Carbert Waite in 2016 after practicing with a major national law firm. He received his bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the Alberta College of Art and Design, his LL.B. from the University of Alberta and his Certificate in Pension Law from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Dylan’s primary area of practice is employment law. He also represents plaintiffs and defendants in general commercial and civil litigation matters. In his employment law practice, Dylan advises and represents both employees and employers on a range of human resources issues, including employment contracts, workplace policies and terminations of employment, human rights and privacy matters. His commercial and civil litigation practice includes the representation of business people and organizations in commercial disputes, including fraud and breach of contract claims (on behalf of both Plaintiffs and Defendants). He also acts for Plaintiffs and Defendants in personal injury and negligence claims. He has appeared before federal and provincial courts, tribunals and commissions.
Since 2013, Dylan has been a regular guest lecturer at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law on the topic of employment law. He regularly speaks at conferences and seminars and has provided training on a variety of employment matters, including wrongful dismissals, privacy, disability management, drug and alcohol issues, and employment standards. He has worked for the Alberta Municipal Government Board and now volunteers as a member of the City of Calgary Licence and Community Standards Appeal Board where he adjudicates City Bylaws matters.
Osgoode Hall Law School
(Certificate in Pension Law 2015)
University of Alberta
Alberta College of Art and Design
(Bachelor of Fine Arts 2004)
Law Society of Alberta (2010)
Canadian Bar Association
Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE)