Tyler is a lawyer who practises family law exclusively, and has a background in litigating and negotiating complex claims. He works with clients in navigating the issues that arise on the breakdown of a marriage or common law relationship. He always adopts the dispute resolution approach best suited to his clients’ unique needs and circumstances.
Tyler obtained his Law degree from the University of New Brunswick, where he was on the dean’s list and received the 2008 Law Society of New Brunswick scholarship. He also attended the University of Calgary and Hiroshima University. He returned to Calgary to join one of Canada’s leading national firms as a summer student, then as an articling student and as an associate. There, he assisted in litigating matters before all levels of Alberta courts, the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal. He has also represented clients involved in mediations, arbitrations and negotiations. He was called to the Alberta Bar in 2011.
Tyler is fluent in Japanese, has experience working in an all-Japanese environment, and is comfortable communicating with clients and counsel in Japanese or his native English. He is involved in the Calgary community through volunteer work with Immigrant Services Calgary, Pro Bono Law Alberta and the Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project.
• LLB, Law, University of New Brunswick, Class of 2010
• BA, Computer Science, University of Calgary, 2005
• Exchange Student, Faculty of Letters (Humanities), Hiroshima University, 2004
• Law Society of Alberta (Called in 2011)
• Pro Bono Law Alberta
• Legal Aid Alberta
• The Canadian Bar Association, Family Section
• The Calgary Bar Association
• The Civil Claims Duty Counsel Project
• Dean’s list, University of New Brunswick
• Dean’s list, University of Calgary
• New Brunswick Law Society Scholarship
• Association for International Education Japan Scholarship
• Alexander Rutherford Scholarship
Tyler S. L. Fric