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Donna Moore

Barrister and Solicitor

Eagle Law Group

HQ Phone: (855) 238-2398

Eagle Law Group

Box 210 - 9911 Chiila Blvd

Tsuu Tina, Alberta T2W 6H6

Canada

Company Description

EAGLE LAW GROUP is owned, operated and managed by First Nations for the betterment of First Nation communities. EAGLE LAW GROUP is conveniently located on-reserve at the Tsuu T'ina Nation, adjacent to the City of Calgary. At EAGLE LAW GROUP, you can expec ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta
Legal Education Society of Alberta

Lawyer
Maurice Law

Graduate Student Lecturer and Sessional Lecturer
University of Saskatchewan

Associate
Rath & Company

Owner and Chief Financial Officer
Moore's Home Center

Affiliations

Board Member
Southern Ohio Quarter Horse Association

Education

Bachelor of Laws

University of Saskatchewan

Master of Arts degree

University of Saskatchewan

Web References (18 Total References)


LESA Archives - News Blog: Legal Education Society of Alberta

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Feature Learning Group Facilitator: Donna Moore

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Donna Moore Learning Group Facilitators (LGFs) and Learning Group Evaluators (LGEs) provide valuable assistance and feedback to articling students in the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) Program. Each year, LESA recruits approximately 40 experienced members of the Alberta legal profession to become LGFs/LGEs.
Donna Moore is one of the LGF/LGEs recruited in 2007. She was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 1997, in Alberta in 2004 and in British Columbia in 2009, and she currently practises Aboriginal law and litigation at Eagle Law Group near Calgary on the Tsuu T'ina Nation.
Donna decided to volunteer with the CPLED Program after working as a graduate student lecturer and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan while she was working on a Masters in Sociology and attending the College of Law. She was also a board member of the Public Legal Education Program in Saskatchewan and active in community legal education, so it seemed natural for her to get involved with LESA when she came to Alberta.
"When I moved to Alberta, I started looking around for similar opportunities to share and give back. When a colleague of mine mentioned that the Bar Admission Program (now CPLED Program) was looking for people, I contacted LESA immediately," shares Donna.
One of the things Donna enjoys most about working with CPLED students is engaging with the learners.
...
Donna also appreciates the connections and support she gets from the CPLED community.
"CPLED has continually grown and improved since I started as an LGF/LGE, and I am excited for what is yet to come."
Thank you to Donna Moore and all our LGFs and LGEs who volunteer their time to the CPLED Program.
If you are interested in volunteering as a LGF/LGE, contact Bronwyn Connolly at bronwyn.connolly@lesa.org.
Posted by Legal News Blog at 8:40 amTagged with: CPLED Program, Donna Moore, Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta, LESA


Learning Group Facilitator Archives - News Blog: Legal Education Society of Alberta

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Feature Learning Group Facilitator: Donna Moore

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Donna Moore Learning Group Facilitators (LGFs) and Learning Group Evaluators (LGEs) provide valuable assistance and feedback to articling students in the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) Program. Each year, LESA recruits approximately 40 experienced members of the Alberta legal profession to become LGFs/LGEs.
Donna Moore is one of the LGF/LGEs recruited in 2007. She was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 1997, in Alberta in 2004 and in British Columbia in 2009, and she currently practises Aboriginal law and litigation at Eagle Law Group near Calgary on the Tsuu T'ina Nation.
Donna decided to volunteer with the CPLED Program after working as a graduate student lecturer and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan while she was working on a Masters in Sociology and attending the College of Law. She was also a board member of the Public Legal Education Program in Saskatchewan and active in community legal education, so it seemed natural for her to get involved with LESA when she came to Alberta.
"When I moved to Alberta, I started looking around for similar opportunities to share and give back. When a colleague of mine mentioned that the Bar Admission Program (now CPLED Program) was looking for people, I contacted LESA immediately," shares Donna.
One of the things Donna enjoys most about working with CPLED students is engaging with the learners.
...
Donna also appreciates the connections and support she gets from the CPLED community.
"CPLED has continually grown and improved since I started as an LGF/LGE, and I am excited for what is yet to come."
Thank you to Donna Moore and all our LGFs and LGEs who volunteer their time to the CPLED Program.
If you are interested in volunteering as a LGF/LGE, contact Bronwyn Connolly at bronwyn.connolly@lesa.org.
Posted by Legal News Blog at 8:40 amTagged with: CPLED Program, Donna Moore, Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta, LESA


Legal Education Society of Alberta Archives - News Blog: Legal Education Society of Alberta

blog.lesaonline.org, $reference.date [cached]

Feature Learning Group Facilitator: Donna Moore

...
Donna Moore Learning Group Facilitators (LGFs) and Learning Group Evaluators (LGEs) provide valuable assistance and feedback to articling students in the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) Program. Each year, LESA recruits approximately 40 experienced members of the Alberta legal profession to become LGFs/LGEs.
Donna Moore is one of the LGF/LGEs recruited in 2007. She was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 1997, in Alberta in 2004 and in British Columbia in 2009, and she currently practises Aboriginal law and litigation at Eagle Law Group near Calgary on the Tsuu T'ina Nation.
Donna decided to volunteer with the CPLED Program after working as a graduate student lecturer and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan while she was working on a Masters in Sociology and attending the College of Law. She was also a board member of the Public Legal Education Program in Saskatchewan and active in community legal education, so it seemed natural for her to get involved with LESA when she came to Alberta.
"When I moved to Alberta, I started looking around for similar opportunities to share and give back. When a colleague of mine mentioned that the Bar Admission Program (now CPLED Program) was looking for people, I contacted LESA immediately," shares Donna.
One of the things Donna enjoys most about working with CPLED students is engaging with the learners.
...
Donna also appreciates the connections and support she gets from the CPLED community.
"CPLED has continually grown and improved since I started as an LGF/LGE, and I am excited for what is yet to come."
Thank you to Donna Moore and all our LGFs and LGEs who volunteer their time to the CPLED Program.
If you are interested in volunteering as a LGF/LGE, contact Bronwyn Connolly at bronwyn.connolly@lesa.org.
Posted by Legal News Blog at 8:40 amTagged with: CPLED Program, Donna Moore, Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta, LESA


LESA Update Archives - Page 2 of 16 - News Blog: Legal Education Society of Alberta

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Feature Learning Group Facilitator: Donna Moore

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Donna Moore Learning Group Facilitators (LGFs) and Learning Group Evaluators (LGEs) provide valuable assistance and feedback to articling students in the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) Program. Each year, LESA recruits approximately 40 experienced members of the Alberta legal profession to become LGFs/LGEs.
Donna Moore is one of the LGF/LGEs recruited in 2007. She was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 1997, in Alberta in 2004 and in British Columbia in 2009, and she currently practises Aboriginal law and litigation at Eagle Law Group near Calgary on the Tsuu T'ina Nation.
Donna decided to volunteer with the CPLED Program after working as a graduate student lecturer and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan while she was working on a Masters in Sociology and attending the College of Law. She was also a board member of the Public Legal Education Program in Saskatchewan and active in community legal education, so it seemed natural for her to get involved with LESA when she came to Alberta.
"When I moved to Alberta, I started looking around for similar opportunities to share and give back. When a colleague of mine mentioned that the Bar Admission Program (now CPLED Program) was looking for people, I contacted LESA immediately," shares Donna.
One of the things Donna enjoys most about working with CPLED students is engaging with the learners.
...
Donna also appreciates the connections and support she gets from the CPLED community.
"CPLED has continually grown and improved since I started as an LGF/LGE, and I am excited for what is yet to come."
Thank you to Donna Moore and all our LGFs and LGEs who volunteer their time to the CPLED Program.
If you are interested in volunteering as a LGF/LGE, contact Bronwyn Connolly at bronwyn.connolly@lesa.org.
Posted by Legal News Blog at 8:40 amTagged with: CPLED Program, Donna Moore, Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta, LESA


CPLED Program Archives - News Blog: Legal Education Society of Alberta

blog.lesaonline.org, $reference.date [cached]

Feature Learning Group Facilitator: Donna Moore

...
Donna Moore Learning Group Facilitators (LGFs) and Learning Group Evaluators (LGEs) provide valuable assistance and feedback to articling students in the Canadian Centre for Professional Legal Education (CPLED) Program. Each year, LESA recruits approximately 40 experienced members of the Alberta legal profession to become LGFs/LGEs.
Donna Moore is one of the LGF/LGEs recruited in 2007. She was called to the Bar in Saskatchewan in 1997, in Alberta in 2004 and in British Columbia in 2009, and she currently practises Aboriginal law and litigation at Eagle Law Group near Calgary on the Tsuu T'ina Nation.
Donna decided to volunteer with the CPLED Program after working as a graduate student lecturer and sessional lecturer at the University of Saskatchewan while she was working on a Masters in Sociology and attending the College of Law. She was also a board member of the Public Legal Education Program in Saskatchewan and active in community legal education, so it seemed natural for her to get involved with LESA when she came to Alberta.
"When I moved to Alberta, I started looking around for similar opportunities to share and give back. When a colleague of mine mentioned that the Bar Admission Program (now CPLED Program) was looking for people, I contacted LESA immediately," shares Donna.
One of the things Donna enjoys most about working with CPLED students is engaging with the learners.
...
Donna also appreciates the connections and support she gets from the CPLED community.
"CPLED has continually grown and improved since I started as an LGF/LGE, and I am excited for what is yet to come."
Thank you to Donna Moore and all our LGFs and LGEs who volunteer their time to the CPLED Program.
If you are interested in volunteering as a LGF/LGE, contact Bronwyn Connolly at bronwyn.connolly@lesa.org.
Posted by Legal News Blog at 8:40 amTagged with: CPLED Program, Donna Moore, Learning Group Facilitator, Legal Education Society of Alberta, LESA

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