Jeffrey has a broad litigation practice with experience as counsel on a variety of matters including privacy, human rights, professional discipline and civil and criminal litigation.
He has appeared before numerous commissions and tribunals, as well as the Provincial Court and the Court of Kings Bench.
Before becoming an associate at Bennett Jones, Jeffrey acted as a litigation lawyer for the Chief of Police of a major Canadian police service. As an operational police officer before that, he conducted, managed and led sensitive investigations. His combined experience has made him a pragmatic problem solver and he enjoys meeting challenges from all angles. He believes that diverse perspectives build better, more sustainable solutions.
Jeffrey has over 10 years' experience as a board director of several non-profits, and is a non-bencher member of the Law Society of Alberta's equity, diversity and inclusion committee. He was recognized by the Edmonton Pride Society in 2012 for "making significant contributions to the safety, security and understanding of the LGBTQ+ community" and is a recipient of the Canadian Forces Decoration, the Alberta Emergency Services Medal and the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Medal.