Stacy Petriuk

Stacy Petriuk

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Principal Practice Areas

  • Corporate and commercial litigation
  • Oil and gas litigation
  • Serious personal injury
  • Fatality claims
  • Product liability
  • Administrative and Privacy Law
  • Insurance

Stacy Petriuk was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. She is a partner at JSS Barristers. Her practice focuses on civil, corporate and commercial litigation, including product liability, insurance, serious personal injury, fatality claims, shareholders’ rights and oppression claims, administrative and privacy law, oil and gas and contract litigation. Stacy has a particular expertise in e-discovery and e-trials, having conducted one of the first civil e-trials in Calgary.

In 1991, Stacy obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Studies from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. In 1996, she graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary. While at law school, Stacy was active in the mooting program; she won the McGillivray Moot. Stacy was a member of the Gale Cup Moot team and the Corporate Securities Moot team. Upon graduating from law school, she was awarded the Campbell McLaurin Achievement Award, the law school’s silver medal. Since graduating, Stacy has coached a University of Calgary Faculty of Law moot team and remained active as a volunteer judge for the mooting program.

Stacy articled at a major Calgary law firm. During her articles, she gained exposure to almost every area of practice. This helped her focus on her true passion: civil litigation.

After being called to the Alberta Bar in 1997, Stacy joined JSS Barristers as their first associate. Since joining the firm, Stacy has appeared at every level of the Alberta courts, and has conducted and assisted with numerous trials and appeals.

In 2000, Stacy took a one year leave of absence from the firm to pursue her Master of Law at the University of Cambridge, England. Stacy was awarded the Viscount Bennett Scholarship and the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Bursary. At Cambridge, she studied international public law, international private law, international commercial litigation and insurance law. She is a Fellow of the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust.

Stacy is a member of the Southern Alberta Section of the joint Canadian Bar Association/Law Society of Alberta Legislative Review Committee. Stacy is also active within her community.

Stacy is married and has one daughter.

Please contact Stacy Petriuk at petriuks [at] jssbarristers [dot] ca if you are interested in receiving a copy of any of the following:
  • Author, "Alberta Anomalies of Service Ex Juris: The Implications of Metcalfe Estate v. Yamaha Motor Powered Products Co., Ltd." (2013) 9:2 International Lawyer/Revue Canadienne De Driot International 77.
  • Presented paper "Use of Technology at Trial" at Trial Prep 2012 seminar
  • Speaker at CBA Civil Litigation Subsection "Conducting a Paperless Trial" (2011)
  • Speaker at Alberta Law Conference 2011 "Conducting a Paperless Trial"
  • Speaker at Calgary Litigation Support Professionals seminar "Conducting a Paperless Trial" (2011)
  • Presented paper "Conducting a Paperless Trial" at E-Trials and E-Discovery Seminar (2009)
  • Presented paper "Working up a Traumatic Brain Injury Case" at Traumatic Brain Injuries Seminar (2009)
  • Presented paper "Refresher on the 2004 Amendments to the Insurance Act" at Insurance Act Seminar (2008)
  • Presented paper "Procedural Potpourri" at Chambers Advocacy Seminar (2008)
  • Presented paper "Recent Issues in Loss of Housekeeping and Loss of Earning Capacity Claims" at The Expert Witness Seminar (2007)
  • Speaker at Dynamic Discoveries Seminar (2007)
  • Speaker at 3rd Annual Obstetric Malpractice and Risk Management Seminar (2004)
  • Speaker at a seminar of the Insurance Institute of Southern Alberta (2001)
  • Co-author of case comment with Darren Reed "Club Resorts Ltd. v. Van Breda" presented to CBA South Litigation Subsection (2012)
  • Co-author of paper with Sabri Shawa "Effective Use of Experts in Accident Reconstruction: A Plaintiff's (Practical) Perspective" (2002)
  • Co-author of paper with Virginia M. May, QC "Traumatic Brain Injury Damages Case Law and Award Trends" (1999)
  • Phone: 403-571-1520
  • Fax: 403-571-1528
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