Allison Graham is an associate lawyer based in the firm’s Regina office. She practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation.
Allison practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and administrative law. Allison’s civil litigation practice focuses on class action and insurance defence, contractual disputes and appellate litigation. In her administrative law practice, Allison acts as counsel to employers in employment and labour relations matters and has experience with judicial reviews, professional disciplinary proceedings and property tax assessment appeals.
Allison has successfully appeared before the Saskatchewan Court of Queen’s Bench and the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal.
Allison completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Saskatchewan in 2017 and was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 2018. Before joining MLT Aikins, she served as Executive Assistant to Chief Justice Richards of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan and clerked at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal for Justices Whitmore and Schwann.
- Chair, Canadian Bar Association, Articling Students South
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association
- Member, Canadian Property Tax Association
- Member, SYPE (Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs)
- Laskin Moot Participant, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan (2016-2017)
- Volunteer, Campus Legal Services (2016-2017)
- Member and Co-chair, Small Urban and Rural Initiatives Committee (2014-2017)
- Member, Editorial Board, Saskatchewan Law Review (2015-2016)
- Davies’ Annual Corporate/Securities Law Moot Participant, College of Law, University of Saskatchewan (2015-2016)
- Volunteer, Legal Advice Clinic, CLASSIC (2014-2015)
- Presenter, “Diving Deeper into Decisions and Trends in the Class Action Landscape,” Law Society Continuing Professional Development Webinar (February 2020)
- Author, “No Data? No Problem: T N C Mall Property Holdings Inc. v Moose Jaw (City), Saskatchewan Court of Appeal,” Canadian Property Tax Association Communication Update (November/December 2020)
- The Amy and Brian Pfefferle Prize for achievement in Criminal Procedure and Evidence (2016-2017)
- College of Law Academic Excellence Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan (2015-2017)
- Goldenberg Prize in Taxation (2015-2016)
- Saskatchewan Law Review Honour