Cassidy Bishop is an associate in our Litigation group in Calgary. She maintains a general litigation practice representing clients in a range of industries, such as real estate development, construction, transportation, banking and financial services, consumer products and energy.
Cassidy’s litigation experience includes complex commercial disputes; privacy and freedom of information matters; contractual disputes; environmental matters; class action defence; estate and trust disputes; fraud, conspiracy and breach of fiduciary duty claims; and construction disputes. Cassidy has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Alberta, the British Columbia Supreme Court and Provincial Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Cassidy is an editor of the firm’s Class Action Monitor, an active mentor to students both in and outside the firm, and frequently volunteers for the Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project and the Queen’s Bench Amicus Project, which provide pro bono legal advice to unrepresented individuals in Alberta. She is also a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Calgary Bar Association.
In the community, Cassidy serves as a Director of the Lougheed House Conservation Society, which is a local historical society that strives to engage Calgarians in meaningful ways to share and honour our diverse experiences.
Cassidy received her JD from the University of Victoria in 2015, where she received the William R. McIntyre Gold Medal, as well as numerous other awards and prizes for academic achievement and leadership. She was called to the bar of British Columbia in 2016 and the bar of Alberta in 2019.