Marcie is an Associate Lawyer at Schultz Frost LLP. She was called to the Alberta Bar in 2022 after completing her articles at a mid-sized law firm in Calgary, where she gained extensive experience in insurance defence and class action litigation. While articling, Marcie was involved in successful tribunal appeals and participated in mediations and arbitrations. Marcie has experience with motor vehicle accident claims, long term disability disputes, occupiers' liability claims, and corporate commercial disputes.
While at the University of Calgary, Marcie was the project leader for the Indigenous Youth Outreach Project, educating Indigenous high school students on a reservation about the legal system and organizing a mock trial between the students. Marcie earned an honours degree from the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta. Her thesis compared the representation of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in the media before and after the National Inquiry's community hearings. Marcie was awarded the Tkachenko Prize (Intermediate Cree) in 2018.
Outside of law, Marcie is a seasoned snowboarder, runner, golfer, and tennis player. Prior to attending university, Marcie coached and competed in snowboarding and was a high-level triathlete. She is always trying new sports and spending time on the water. Marcie is an avid Calgary Flames and Toronto Blue Jays fan, attending as many live games as she can.
Associate, Schultz Frost LLP, Toronto (May 2022 - present)
Student-At-Law, McLennan Ross LLP, Calgary (July 2021 - April 2022)
Year of call: 2022
Juris Doctor Degree (J.D.), University of Calgary (2021)
Bachelor of Arts (Honours), First Class Standing, Faculty of Native Studies, University of Alberta