After earning her B.A. (Distinction) in psychology and philosophy at the University of Alberta (2004), Annemarie went on to earn her LL.B (2010) and was called to the Bar in 2011.
Annemarie practices in the areas of environmental law, commercial litigation and Aboriginal law. She provides advice to clients on a broad range of environmental law matters, including advice to lenders and land owners on contaminated sites and recourse against third parties as well as to commercial parties on environmental aspects of business transactions such as the purchase, sale, financing and leasing of lands and businesses. Annemarie also works with First Nation and Metis clients to provide advice on a variety of matters and maintains a varied commercial litigation practice. She has represented clients at all levels of court in Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada and the Supreme Court of Canada as well as before a number of administrative boards and tribunals.
Annemarie is the Secretary of the CBA Environmental, Energy & Resources (North) Executive, past Co-Chair of Witten’s United Way Committee and is a Board Member of the Student’s Union & Community Early Learning Centre at the University of Alberta. Outside of work, Annemarie enjoys spending time with her family (husband and three sons), travel and running the trails in Edmonton’s River Valley.