Phone: (780) 412-2710
Fax: (780) 423-8946

Preferred Areas of Practice

Administrative Law

Civil Litigation


First Nations


Education and Background

University of Alberta, Bachelor of Arts degree with distinction, 1989

University of Alberta, Bachelor of Laws degree, 1994

Called to the Alberta Bar 1995

Trina Kondro joined our firm as an articling student in 1994 and has since developed a practice in aboriginal law, civil litigation, and employment and administrative law. She has appeared before all levels of Court in Alberta, as well as the Federal Court of Canada Trial and Appellate divisions. In addition, Trina has appeared before a number of administrative boards and tribunals. She has assisted First Nation clients in the negotiation of treaty land entitlement agreements and specific claims and has worked toward the implementation of aboriginal self government by drafting First Nation specific laws and polices.

Professional Activities
  • Law Society of Alberta
  • Canadian Bar Association -- Alberta North Aboriginal Section Co-Chair 2004/2005 and Section Executive member 2005/2006, Aboriginal, Administrative, Civil Litigation, and Labour & Employment subsections
  • Law Day Edmonton Organizing Committee 1996, 1997
  • Legal Education Society of Alberta Bar Admission Course, Taught Civil Litigation 2002, 2003, 2004
  • Volunteer judge, University of Alberta First Year Moot Courts 2003, 2004, 2005
  • Volunteer judge, Alberta Speech and Debate Society Moot Court competition 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
  • Habitat for Humanity Legal Build Committee member 2004/2005
  • Conference Speaker, Public Business Law Institute, Aboriginal Law 2005 Conference, Calgary, November 17, 18, 2005