Lori works with clients to achieve practical workplace solutions. In doing so, she provides advice to employers on many workplace matters including wrongful dismissal claims, workers’ compensation and OH&S matters, labour board and grievance arbitration matters, human rights and privacy complaints.
Lori also regularly assists clients on business immigration matters, including obtaining labour market impact assessments, work permits, Canadian permanent resident status and citizenship.
She is a mentor and volunteer advisor with Student Legal Assistance, University of Calgary. Lori previously served as an appointed Public Member on the Board of Directors of the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC).
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, LL.B., 2009
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Hons. B.A.,
Criminology; Bioethics/Medical Ethics, Biology, 2006
Law Society of British Columbia, 2018
Law Society of Alberta, 2010
Association for Women Lawyers
Canadian Bar Association
The Advocates Society
Young Women in Energy
“Putting Canadians First”, Lori Brienza and Erin Crosley, The Lawyers Weekly, October 24, 2014
Occupational Health and Safety
Privacy and Employee Information
Food and Beverage
Waste and Recycling Management
Police and Fire Services
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