Rebecca Carroll is an associate in the firm's Edmonton office where she practises corporate commercial law, with a particular emphasis on corporate formation and structuring, joint ventures, partnerships, delegated administration organizations, commercial agreements, and private mergers and acquisitions. Rebecca also has extensive experience in relation to banking and financial institution regulation and secured lending.


Rebecca regularly advises parties on partnerships, incorporations, reorganizations, joint ventures and all other aspects of business formation and organization.

Rebecca provides ongoing advice to a delegated administration organization established to administer the money paid into the Climate Change and Emissions Management Fund by Alberta’s large industrial greenhouse gas emitters. She also provides advice to two organizations focused on energy, environment and bio solutions that were formed under the restructured Alberta research and innovation system as well as to other delegated administrative organizations in all aspects of their business.


Rebecca has advised purchasers, vendors and financers in relation to mergers & acquisitions in a variety of industries including forestry, construction, energy and retail.

Rebecca also has expertise acting in distressed sales and acquisitions, acting for vendors and purchasers, including court-appointed receivers.

Secured Lending and Financial Institutions

Rebecca acts for borrowers and lenders in relation to secured loans, syndicated loans, and acquisition financing. She has a particular speciality in relation to security taken under the Personal Property Security Act.

In addition, Rebecca advises financial institutions in relation to regulatory matters, in particular in relation to credit unions and the provisions of the Bank Act (Canada).