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Kritika Sharma is building a broad legal practice. She particularly enjoys assisting clients through liability, insolvency and employment litigation.

Representing clients and assisting senior counsel in matters before all levels of court in Alberta including the Court of Queen’s Bench, and the Court of Appeal, Kritika is also experienced in alternative dispute resolution and settling disputes outside of court.

Kritika serves as the vice-president of the western chapter of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers and chairs the Board Governance and Development Committee. In addition, she volunteers as a mentor with the Diversity and Law Society at the University of Calgary’s law school.

While in law school, Kritika served as an executive on the Mental Health and Wellness Committee, the Women’s Law Forum, and OutLaw.



Rankings & Recognitions

  • 1st place, Gale Cup Moot – 2018
  • 3rd place factum prize, Wilson Moot – 2019
  • 2nd place, Brimacombe Moot Selection Round – 2017
  • Dean’s List – 2013-2016

Community Involvement

  • Vice-President, Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (Western Chapter)

Directorships & Affiliations

  • Member, Law Society of Alberta

Education & Admissions

2020
Called to the Alberta bar
2019
JDUniversity of Alberta
2016
Bachelor of Health Sciences (Distinction)University of Calgary

Insights (2 Posts)

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Mandatory Mask Policy Does Not Breach Human Rights Act

Alberta's Human Rights Commission has dismissed a complaint alleging that Costco discriminated against a customer who refused to wear a mask or face shield.

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Sep 9, 2021
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Litigating During COVID-19: Still Possible

A summary of the key ways to advance or continue litigation during the pandemic.

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May 20, 2020