Sharilyn Nagina has a general litigation practice with an emphasis on regulatory and administrative law.

Sharilyn has represented and advised clients in the oil and gas and energy industries on litigation, regulatory, and administrative matters.  She has advised clients on a variety of issues, including: licensing, breach of contract, insurance, damages, standing, jurisdiction, procedure, surface rights and the presentation of evidence. 

Sharilyn has also been involved with issues of First Nations’ rights to participate in proceedings related to oil and gas development, the presentation of traditional evidence, and in judicial review and appellate matters. 

Sharilyn has appeared before all levels of court in Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada, and participated in arbitrations and mediations.  She has also appeared before a number of administrative and regulatory bodies, including the: Alberta Utilities Commission, Alberta Energy Regulator, Surface Rights Board, Natural Resources Conservation Board, Subdivision Development Appeal Board, Employment Insurance Appeals Commission, Alberta Human Rights Commission, and Employment  Standards Branch.  She has also prepared written applications to the National Energy Board and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Sharilyn is a member of the firm’s National Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Committee and is the former Chair of the Calgary Student Recruitment Committee.