Originally from Montreal and fully bilingual, CAMILLE DOREY moved to Alberta in 2004. After graduating from the University of Alberta in 2011 with degrees in Political Science and in English, Camille attended the University of Sussex in England and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree with Honours in 2013.
During her articles, Camille rotated through various different law firms to gain exposure to a multitude of different areas of practice including family law, civil litigation, estate litigation, employment law, probate and estate administration, estate planning, corporate law, and real estate.
Camille was called to the Alberta bar in May 2016 and has since been focusing her practice in the areas of civil litigation, estate litigation, probate and estate administration, estate planning and real estate. Camille has accumulated experience in litigation with numerous appearances in Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench.
In her free time, Camille enjoys training in crossfit, cooking, reading, and travelling with her husband, Fraser.
STEVEN GRAHAM was born and raised in Edmonton, and attended the University of Alberta for degrees in Political Science and Law. Steven was called to the Alberta bar in 2014.
Steven practises primarily in the areas of civil litigation, including commercial, employment, construction and debt recovery. Steven has considerable experience in a range of litigation matters and has successfully appeared before the Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta. He has also assisted senior counsel with matters before the Court of Appeal.
Steven has experience in corporate matters including incorporation and contract drafting, and draws on his litigation background to assist his clients in these endeavors.
Outside of work, Steven plays soccer, tries to spend as much time as possible in the mountains skiing and hiking, and avidly pursues new adventures abroad.