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Heather Ferg

McKay Ferg LLP | Calgary, Alberta, Canada

A lawyer since 2011


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McKay Ferg LLP
639 5 Avenue Southwest, Calgary, Alberta, Canada T2P 0M9
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Heather Ferg, a Calgary native, pursued dual undergraduate degrees in Political Science and English at the University of Calgary before diving into law at the University of Alberta.

Under the mentorship of Ian McKay and Karen Molle, she honed her legal skills, eventually becoming a partner at McKay Ferg LLP.

Specializing solely in criminal defence, Heather is a seasoned litigator with a keen focus on upholding the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, particularly regarding Search and Seizure laws.

Her courtroom prowess extends across all levels of the Canadian judicial system, with numerous appearances in the Supreme Court of Canada, handling complex cases ranging from murder to organized crime.

Heather's expertise encompasses various criminal matters, including providing pre-charge advice, representing clients in bail hearings, and tackling crimes of violence and sexual offences.

Furthermore, she has extensive experience in defending clients against criminal driving offences, drug-related charges, fraud, economic crimes, wiretap investigations, and extradition proceedings.

As an active member of the legal community, Heather is affiliated with esteemed organizations such as the Law Society of Alberta, the Calgary Criminal Defence Lawyer's Association, and the Criminal Trial Lawyer's Association.

She also contributes regularly to legal discourse through her involvement in On the Wire, a blog focusing on law, technology, and privacy issues. Additionally, Heather shares her expertise as a guest lecturer at the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Law.

Beyond her legal practice, Heather serves on the Board of Directors for the Legal Archives Society of Alberta and has represented the Canadian Civil Liberties Association before the Supreme Court of Canada, exemplifying her commitment to justice both inside and outside the courtroom.


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