Claire MacLeod is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell practicing in the areas of civil litigation and employment law.

Prior to joining Pushor Mitchell, Claire completed an undergraduate degree in public affairs and policy management at Carleton University, and a Master’s degree in environmental policy from the University of Sussex. Claire graduated from law school at the University of Ottawa in 2019. While in law school she provided services at the environmental law clinic, participated in the 2019 Richard Weiler Mediation Competition, and organized various law sports teams and tournaments. Following law school, Claire completed her articles with Pushor Mitchell and was called to the bar in 2020.

Claire grew up in Kelowna and is excited to now be practicing in the community and contributing to its growth. Outside of the office Claire can be found cycling, skiing, and playing basketball.

If you require assistance with a civil litigation or an employment matter please contact Claire.

Practice Focus

  • Counsel for employers and employees for issues including discipline, wrongful dismissal, human rights and terminations
  • Acting for plaintiffs and defendants in a variety of commercial disputes