A solicitor focused on corporate and business succession matters, trusts, wills, and estate planning and administration, Audrey earned her B.A. (1974) and LL.B. (1975 - gold medalist) at the University of Saskatchewan and her LL.M. (1977) at the University of Illinois. She was a member of the University of Saskatchewan’s Faculty of Law for several years, teaching taxation and torts. Audrey was admitted to the Saskatchewan bar in 1980 and the Alberta bar two years later.
A CPLED instructor and evaluator and former bar admission course instructor, Audrey often lectures on estate planning and corporate matters. She has been a member of the Alberta Corporate Tax Administration Advisory Group, the Revenue Canada Taxation Advisory Committee on Technical Publications, the Law Society Focus Group (Edmonton), which advised the Alberta government on amending the Business Corporations Act, the executive of the Canadian Bar Association Wills, Estates and Trusts subsection, and the board of a charitable organization. She was also Deputy Chair of the United Way of Edmonton Leadership Division and coached minor soccer in her spare time. Outside of work, Audrey enjoys travelling, reading fiction, fitness, studying Spanish, and caring for her two standard poodles. She is married with three adult children.