Laura is an associate at Pringle Chivers Sparks Teskey having completed her articles under Kent J. Teskey, QC in 2017. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from the University of Victoria in 2011 and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Alberta in 2016.
Laura practices exclusively in the area of criminal defence. She understands that being charged can be an overwhelming and confusing experience. Laura works hard to obtain the best possible outcome for clients. She conducts bail hearings, trials, Charter applications, and summary dispositions and assists other members of the firm with legal research.
During law school, Laura worked for Student Legal Services of Edmonton where she assisted low-income individuals charged with summary conviction offences. She subsequently worked for Edmonton’s Rural and Regional Crown Prosecutor’s office.
Prior to law school, Laura worked for the Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver. She currently volunteers with the Greater Edmonton Library Association’s Storybook Program at the Edmonton Institution for Women. She also volunteers at the University of Alberta with students enrolled in Sentencing and Advanced Criminal Trial Advocacy.
You can trust Laura to always advocate for your best interest in a thorough and professional manner. Laura is happy to discuss your options and looks forward to assisting you.