Jocelyn Turnbull Wallace is an associate in our Litigation Group in Calgary. She maintains a general corporate commercial litigation practice and has represented clients on various matters which include complex oil and gas disputes, municipal law matters, securities litigation, contract disputes and debt claims.
Prior to joining McCarthy Tétrault, Jocelyn articled and practiced at a large Calgary firm, where she gained experience in general litigation, international arbitration, and dispute resolution practices. Jocelyn has experience in litigation matters regarding: joint venture and joint operating agreements, royalty payments, fraud, conspiracy, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary obligations, insider trading, well failures, debt, insurance claims, employment issues, expropriation, franchise issues, copyright, and shareholder oppression.
Jocelyn has served on the Canadian Bar Association Young Lawyer South Section executive since 2014, and currently sits as Senior Chair. She also 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 within the Alberta courts.
Jocelyn obtained her BA in Sociology from Brandon University and her JD from the University of Manitoba. She is a member of the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Calgary Bar Association.