Briggs Larguinho


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Briggs has experience in matters including commercial and construction disputes, employment disputes, professional negligence and public law litigation.

Briggs also advises Indigenous clients on self-governance, constitutional law, regulatory compliance and disputes, elections law, and business development.

Briggs has assisted with proceedings before the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta, the Federal Court of Canada and various regulatory bodies.

Prior to joining BLG, Briggs articled at a regional full service Edmonton firm.

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Professional Involvement

  • Member, Law Society of Alberta

Awards & Recognition

  • The Canadian Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors Prize in Estate Planning, 2021
  • The William Gordon Egbert Scholarship in Administrative Law, 2020

Bar Admission & Education

  • Alberta, 2022
  • BA (with First Class Honours, University of Alberta, 2018
  • JD (with Distinction), University of Alberta, 2021