Kirk N. Lambrecht, Q.C.



Kirk Lambrecht received a general Bachelor of Arts degree (with distinction) in 1975, and a Certificate of Equivalence to a special Bachelor of Arts degree (with distinction) in 1979, both from the University of Alberta. He graduated from the University of British Columbia with a Bachelor of Law degree in 1983, and was admitted to the Law Society of Alberta in 1984 and to the Law Society of Nunavut in 2014.  Kirk was appointed Queen's Counsel in 2000.

Kirk's main areas of practice are administrative and constitutional law, and civil litigation.  He has appeared before all levels of Court in Alberta, before Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, and has several appearances before the Supreme Court of Canada.  In addition to courtroom work, Kirk has appeared before numerous tribunals on issues associated with resource development or labour relations. He served the Bar as President of the Canadian Bar Association (Alberta Branch) in 1998 / 1999.  He has published books on land use and Aboriginal consultation, and articles on resource development and advocacy.

Kirk has extensive litigation experience, at both trial and appellate levels, in respect of both Courts and tribunals.