Talina practices general civil litigation with a focus in employment, estate and condominium matters, where she provides efficient, practical and cost-effective solutions to her clients. Her array of litigation experience includes personal injury, breach of contract, judgment enforcement, corporate litigation, restraining orders, debt collection and residential tenancy disputes.
Talina obtained her Juris Doctor from the Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law in 2017, where she graduated on the Dean’s List. During her time at TRU Law, Talina worked as a Teaching Assistant for the Legislation, Administration and Policy Course and as an editor for the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law. Prior to attending law school, Talina was a Legal Services Officer for Legal Aid Alberta, where she assisted low-income Albertans with their legal matters.
In her personal life, Talina is a foster dog mom with Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation and is an active volunteer for the Calgary branch of Mamas for Mamas, an organization that provides a hand-up to fellow moms in her community.