Elizabeth L. Stewart

Elizabeth L. Stewart

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Elizabeth L. Stewart earned a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, majoring in Environmental Sciences from the University of Saskatchewan. Following her degree  she spent a number of years working in genetics and agricultural bio-technology research before pursuing her legal career. 

Elizabeth holds a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2012.
Elizabeth focuses her practice on helping clients through the often difficult and emotional challenges of family law—divorce, common-law separation, custody, access, spousal and child support, property division and pre-nuptial, cohabitation and separation agreements.

Elizabeth works closely with clients to facilitate cost-effective, efficient solutions that fit their specific circumstances. Where appropriate, Elizabeth connects clients with other helpful professionals—psychologists, counselors, parenting co-ordinators, financial and tax advisors—to ensure her client’s interests and needs are met at every stage.

Elizabeth has trial experience at the provincial, Queen’s Bench and Appellate levels.  She enjoys litigation however believes strongly in the benefits of negotiation and mediation.  Elizabeth is a strong advocate for her clients. 

1. Professional Associations/Volunteer:
• Canadian Bar Association – Family Law CBA Subsection Executive Member
• Board Member, Executive Level, of the Association of Women Lawyers
• Calgary Bar Association
• Volunteer, Law Day

2. Personal Interests:
Elizabeth enjoys the adventure and diversity of travelling.  She studied law in the Czech Republic, lived in Southern France and continues to explore other areas of the world.  
Elizabeth loves to volunteer in her community, socialize with friends, golf, and play tennis and workout at the gym.

Areas of Practice

  • Family Law
  • Divorce
  • Common-Law Separation
  • Custody
  • Access
  • Spousal and Child Support
  • Property Division and Pre-Nuptial
  • Cohabitation
  • Separation Agreements

Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia, 2011
  • Alberta, 2012


  • University of Saskatchewan, College of Law, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
    • Bachelor of Science

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Canadian Bar Association – Family Law and Young Lawyers Sub-sections
  • Calgary Bar Association
  • Association of Women Lawyers, Member, Executive and Board of Directors