The Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (FACL) Western encourages all its members to vote in the upcoming Law Society of Alberta Bencher elections. The online voting period opens on November 1, 2017, and closes on November 15, 2017. For complete details about the election, please visit: https://www.lawsociety.ab.ca/about-us/board-and-committees/2017-bencher-election/
FACL Western Candidate Endorsements for Bencher
FACL Western thanks the candidates who requested our endorsement and wishes all of them the best in the final legs of their campaigns. For details about FACL Western's Endorsement Policy, please CLICK HERE.
FACL Western is pleased to officially endorse Stacy Petriuk as a candidate in the upcoming Alberta bencher election. We encourage all FACL Western members to vote for Stacy. She has made significant contributions to our profession and the broader community. We strongly believe that she will work to promote equity, justice, and opportunity within the legal profession if elected. Please take the time to review her profile:
Managing Partner, JSS Barristers
Stacy was born and raised in Calgary. She earned her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Calgary where she was awarded the Campbell McLaurin Achievement Award, the law school's silver medal. Stacy also has a Master of Laws from the University of Cambridge. She was awarded the Viscount Bennett Scholarship and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Bursary while at the University of Cambridge. Immediately after her articles, Stacy joined JSS Barristers as its fifth lawyer. She has been the Managing Partner of JSS Barristers since 2015. Her practice focuses exclusively on the area of civil litigation, with an emphasis on professional negligence defence work and commercial litigation. Stacy and JSS Barristers have been key supporters of FACL Western’s various initiatives since its inception in 2014.
Stacy has served the legal profession as a member of the Law Society of Alberta Continuing Competence Committee (2012 to 2014), member of the Southern Alberta Section of the Joint Canadian Bar Association/Law Society of Alberta Legislative Review Committee (2001 to 2011) and Vice-President Seminars of the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (2002 to 2004). Outside of the legal profession, Stacy is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Calgary Arts Development and has previously served as a City of Calgary appointed member of the Calgary Region Arts Foundation (2002 to 2005). Stacy has presented at numerous seminars in Calgary and Edmonton on topics such as e-trials, e-discovery, drafting pleadings, and the Rules of Court.