Our Calgary-based legal team provides expertise in adult criminal defence, youth criminal justice, and bail services.
Shelley Moore, LL.B.
Shelley is a knowledgeable, professional and approachable criminal defence lawyer strongly motivated to defend her clients.
Shelley is originally from Calgary, but took her law degree at the University of Windsor. She was called to the Ontario bar in 2002. Starting as an associate, she worked her way up to partner before eventually starting her own criminal practice in Toronto.
With the development of the Inter-Provincial mobility agreement, Shelley felt the call of the west and decided to move back to her home town of Calgary. She was admitted to the Alberta bar in 2010, and soon after launched Moore Law Practice.
Shelley has gained extensive experience through her trial work in the Provincial Courts of both Ontario and Alberta, as well at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Alberta Court of Queen's Bench. She has conducted trials by jury and trials by judge alone, so she is well versed in the tactics of the courtroom, including the rigorous cross-examination of witnesses, professional experts, and police investigators.
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Geea Atanase, JD (Associate)
Prior to attending law school, Geea earned a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from the University of Calgary, where she volunteered for various human rights organizations and co-hosted a talk show on CJSW 90.9 FM for several years.
Following her undergraduate studies, Geea earned her Juris Doctor from Thompson Rivers University Faculty of Law in British Columbia in 2016. While at law school, Geea developed a keen interest in criminal law and pursued a directed research project with Dr. Robert Diab on the frailty of eyewitness evidence and the introduction of expert testimony in Canadian jury trials.
Prior to her articles with Moore Law Practice, Geea articled with the Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, where she had the opportunity to produce and publish research on the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and its involvement in protecting the rights of marginalized individuals, including homeless people and provincially sentenced offenders.
Geea brings her passion for human rights and criminal advocacy to her practice of law, and continues to ensure that each client is represented thoroughly and justly.
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Naina Singh, JD (Student-at-Law)
Naina Singh has successfully completed a Dual JD from the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. Before attending law school, Naina completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Law and Society at the University of Calgary. Her academic achievements include being named on the Dean’s List at the University of Calgary and being named on the Dean’s List at the University of Detroit Mercy.
Since her first year of law school, Naina has been actively involved in the Windsor Law community through her activism and volunteer work with the South Asian Law Students' Association. Through her role as Vice President, she and her colleagues created a South Asian Mentorship Network, connecting Windsor law students with professionals in Calgary, Toronto, and Vancouver. Naina also served on the Students' Law Society in 2016/17 as the first Equity and Diversity Representative at Windsor Law.
Naina is very passionate about social justice and all that it entails. In the summer of her first year, Naina worked with the Legal Aid and Defenders’ Association in Detroit, Michigan. There, she was exposed to real access to justice issues, which strengthened her belief in social justice. She believes that criminal defence work is the most direct avenue to ensure that each individual is given access to justice in our country.
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Brad Kraus, JD (Student-at-Law)
Originally from Alberta, Brad completed his Juris Doctor at the University of Saskatchewan. Previously, he earned a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Alberta while working everywhere from auction yards, to kitchens and sales floors.
Brad finds law fascinating and he has a passion for people.
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Hannah Chernos, JD (Student-at-Law)
Hannah completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Law, following her undergraduate studies in Environmental Sciences and English Literature at the University of Toronto. During her academic career, Hannah stood on the Dean’s list in Toronto, and was named a Top Oralist in the University of Calgary McGillivray Moot in her second and third years of law school.
Throughout law school, Hannah was active in Student Legal Assistance (“SLA”), where she helped numerous Albertans facing criminal charges in Calgary and the surrounding area. With SLA, Hannah gained meaningful courtroom experience, including negotiating with the Crown, running trials, drafting written submissions, and effectively preparing for sentencing. She also helped run Trial Confirmation, where she provided assistance in docket court to self-represented people awaiting trial.
Hannah strongly believes that everyone charged with a criminal offence has the right to be heard and the right to zealous advocacy. She is eager to bring her passion for working with people to her practice of law and hopes to continue the fight for access to justice.
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Carmen Fox (Legal Assistant)
Carmen has over eight years in the legal industry in such areas as Criminal Law, Guardianship/Trusteeship and Estate Administration. She is client driven and takes pride in building relationships with all clients.
With her keen eye for detail and a compassionate demeanour Carmen has proven to be an invaluable member of our team. Throughout all stages of your legal case, from the initial contact with a client to the conclusion of a file, Carmen ensures that everything is completed accurately and on time.
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