Join GeoWomen of Calgary and Catherine McAteer, Calgary based employment lawyer, as she goes through the ins and outs of setting up a consulting practice.
In today’s employment market consultancies seem to be becoming the norm. Gone are the days when all we had to concern ourselves with were the rocks. While everyone’s needs are slightly different, Catherine will try at address some of the recurring questions and concerns surrounding setting up your own consulting practice.
Catherine McAteer, Confluence Law
Catherine is an employment and immigration lawyer, engineer and birth photographer (yup, it’s a thing). She’s worked on rigs in Colombia, emergency rooms in Calgary and in towers on Bay Street. She loves bikes, skis and espresso.
Catherine has her own law practice focused on providing practical, holistic legal advice to individuals and organizations. She believes in empowering her clients with the right knowledge and support in order to move forward in the best possible way. In addition to acting for both individuals and organizations in employment and immigration matters, she is a trained workplace investigator with additional interests and skills in mediated work place solutions.