Jonathon Ward practises in all areas of labour and employment law, including occupational health and safety, privacy, drafting policies and agreements, independent contractor vs. employee classifications, ‎restrictive covenants, performance management, discipline, human rights claims, terminations, and all aspects of employment and labour-related litigation. 

Jonathon has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta, as well as represented clients before administrative tribunals, arbitration hearings, mediation and settlement negotiations. He also assists clients with drafting policies and agreements, and compliance/regulatory matters, including matters concerning occupational health and safety, employment standards and privacy legislation.

Jonathon strives to be creative, strategic and above all pragmatic in assisting clients with their legal issues. His approach prioritizes saving his clients' time, money and employee bandwidth to reach a practical solution.

Jonathon earned his Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University and his Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary. While in law school, Jonathon volunteered with Student Legal Assistance at the University of Calgary and continues to do so with Pro Bono Law Alberta and the Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project and the Lawyer Referral Program.