Alison Gray is a partner in Gowling WLG's Calgary office. Her practice is primarily focused on complex commercial litigation, but she has experience in a broad range of litigation matters including energy and construction litigation, professional negligence, fraud recovery, securities regulation and tax litigation.
In addition, Alison also practices in the area of Indigenous law where she provides advice to project proponents across Alberta regarding the duty to consult and accommodate, as well as title, rights and access to land. She also routinely provides advice on constitutional and public law matters.
Alison takes a proactive approach to litigation and seeks to resolve matters through the prevention, mitigation, or resolution of business risks and disputes. She has appeared at all levels of courts in Alberta, and in Courts in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. Alison also has Federal Court experience.
Alison is active in the community, currently contributing her time and energy to the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (Volunteer, Legal Program Committee), LESA (Volunteer, CPLED LGF), Association of Women Lawyers (Board Member and Treasurer) and Calgary Legal Guidance (Board Member).