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  • Effective, Efficient, Expeditious

    Brittany Scott
    CORPORATE COMMERCIAL SECURITIES

    Helps clients by providing innovative solutions to complex problems

Contact Brittany Scott

Associate

OFFICE: Yellowknife

DIRECT LINE: 867.766.7686

EMAIL: bscott@mross.com

PRACTICE AREAS:
      Corporate Commercial Securities

INDUSTRY GROUPS:
      Northern

LAW SCHOOL: Queen's University

BAR ADMISSIONS: Nunavut (2018), Northwest Territories (2017), Alberta (2017)

Assistant: Kathy Hobbs

Assistant Phone: 867.766.7683

Assistant Email: khobbs@mross.com

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Brittany’s practice focuses primarily on corporate commercial securities and regulatory work.

She has experience with municipal bylaw drafting, surface rights matters, water licensing issues, wind royalties, hearings for rent, and reviews on oil and gas wells.

Brittany recognizes that each matter is unique, and strives to provide individualized service to meet each of her client’s needs. Brittany  provides top-tier service to her clients by taking  an active interest in current market trends and conditions, regulatory changes, and professional development opportunities.

Brittany brings a globalized perspective to the table, having studied abroad with the Queen’s University Bader International Study Centre to complete a certificate of International Business Law.
 

Education

  • J.D., Queen’s University
  • B.Comm., University of Calgary

Professional Associations, Affiliations & Community Activities

  • Board Member, Yellowknife Farmer's Market
  • Board Member, Stanton Territorial Hospital Foundation
  • Member, Law Society of the Northwest Territories
    • Member, Admissions Committee and Legal Education Committee
  • Vice President, Canadian Bar Association NWT Environmental, Energy and Resources Section
  • Member, Women's Legal Education Group
  • Member, Association of Women Lawyers (Calgary)
    • Volunteer Event Committee Member
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
    • Aboriginal Section
    • Environmental Section
    • Natural Resources Section
    • Young Lawyers Section
  • Member at Large, Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch) Young Lawyers Section – South
  • Member, Calgary Bar Association
  • Member, Young Professionals in Energy

 

  • "The Costly Future of Site C" JoAnn P. Jamieson and Brittany Scott, Assessing the Impact: Environmental and Resources Law Blog, 2017
  • "New 'Rewards' for Low Carbon Emissions from Alberta’s Largest Greenhouse Gas Producers", JoAnn P. Jamieson and Brittany Scott, Assessing the Impact: Environmental and Resources Law Blog, 2017
  • "Alberta's New Energy Innovation Fund" JoAnn P. Jamieson and Brittany Scott, Assessing the Impact: Environmental and Resources Law Blog, 2017
  • "Alberta’s Métis Consultation Regime”, Brittany Scott, CAPL “The Negotiator”, 2017
  • “NEB Modernization: A Solution in Search of a Problem?”, Evan Dixon and Brittany Scott, Financier Worldwide, 2017
  • “A New Era of Carbon Pricing in Canada and Another East-West Divide”, Evan Dixon and Brittany Scott, International Energy Law Review, 2017
  • “Renegotiation of NAFTA: A Look at the Process”, Brianna Guenther and Brittany Scott, Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP, 2017
  • “Common Carrier Applications”, Jody Wivcharuk and Brittany Scott, Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer LLP, 2017
  • “Notable Regulatory Updates”, Brittany Scott, Burnet, Duckworth & Palmer, 2017“Alberta Transitions Away from Coal and an Energy Only Market Toward a Lower Carbon Power System and a New Capacity Market”, Evan Dixon and Brittany Scott, Financier Worldwide, 2017
  • “Challenging Times for the Competitiveness of Canada’s Oil & Gas Industry: The ‘Green Energy’ Imperative”, Alicia Quesnel, Evan Dixon, and Brittany Scott, Financier Worldwide, 2017
  • “A Slightly Clarified Duty of Good Faith in Contract Law”, Brittany Scott, I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference at Queen’s University, 2016
     

 

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