Keltie L. Lambert
Keltie Lambert practices in the areas of Indigenous Law, Employment Law and Commercial Litigation. She has been practicing with Witten LLP since she was admitted to the Alberta Bar in 2004. She has represented First Nations and Metis governments before all levels of court, including Federal Court Trial and Appeal divisions and the Supreme Court of Canada on issues engaging the Crown’s duty to consult and accommodate, Treaty and Indigenous rights, and Constitutional claims. Keltie frequently appears before provincial and federal regulatory boards and tribunals. In working with her clients to achieve their goals, she provides strategic legal advice on matters related to impact benefit agreements, governance, economic development, asset management and initiatives to expand the influence and prosperity of Indigenous communities.
In addition to her practice in Indigenous Law, Keltie has been providing legal advice to both employers and employees in the areas of wrongful dismissal, human rights claims, the duty to accommodate, negotiating and drafting employment agreements, and implementing best practices in the workplace for over 10 years.
Outside of work, Keltie is a mother of three young girls who keep the family busy with sports, baking and travelling adventures.