Patricia L. Morrison

Patricia L. Morrison , KC

(403) 232-9472
(403) 266-1395
520 3rd Ave SW, Suite 1900, Centennial Place, East Tower, Calgary, AB
Year called to bar: 1998 (AB)
Patricia (Trish) Morrison, KC, is a partner and the national business leader of BLG’s Construction Group. Trish provides strategic advice on the management of risk on construction projects, from project start to completion. She has extensive experience in the mediation, arbitration and litigation of construction disputes on large scale commercial, industrial, and infrastructure projects, such as disputes involving tenders, RFPs, construction contracts, liens, design and engineering issues, construction deficiencies, cost overruns and delay. Trish also advises on front-end project matters such as project delivery models, tendering and other procurement methods, contract negotiation and drafting, and provides advisory services throughout projects. Trish is a Fellow and Vice President of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers. She is a frequent speaker and writer on construction industry topics and is called to the Alberta Bar and Manitoba Bar. Trish is recognized as a Leading Lawyer in Construction in Chambers Canada; in The Best Lawyers in Canada (Construction Law); in Who's Who Legal: Canada and Who's Who Legal: Construction; in The Legal 500 Canada; and as a litigation star (Construction and Environmental) and one of the “Top 100 Women in Litigation” by Benchmark Canada.
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