Media tour of this heritage site/interview opportunities
November 27, 2007 at 5 p.m.
CALGARY, Nov. 26 /CNW/ - Field Law, with Alberta roots going back to
1915, has relocated to the legendary Lougheed Building, a Calgary landmark
The Lougheed Building was once slated for destruction but now it has been
saved and is being restored to it's former grandeur. To celebrate this
important milestone and mark its significance to the heritage, enhancement and
evolution of Calgary's urban environment and business community, Field Law has
organized a media tour of their offices in the landmark property.
Interview opportunities will be available with Field Law principals,
including Jean van der Lee, Calgary's Managing Partner, Miles Atkinson QC,
counsel and Peter Collins, partner, together with Neil Richardson president of
the Heritage Property Corporation, who purchased the Lougheed building along
with the Grand and Donald Smith, the University of Calgary historian who
authored Calgary's Grand Story.
What: Media tour of Lougheed Building/Field Law Calgary -
explanation of project and its significance to Calgary
When: Tuesday, November 27, 2007 5:00 p.m.
Where: The Grand Theatre-Field Law offices
608 1 St. SW, Calgary
Who: Interviews with Jean van der Lee Q.C, Calgary's managing
partner (Field Law)
Miles Atkinson Q.C., counsel and founding member (Field Law)
Peter Collins, Partner and Office Move Chair (Field Law)
Neil Richardson (Lougheed Building)
Donald Smith (University of Calgary)
For further information:
For further information: Heather Hild, Field Law, (403) 260-8502, (403)
880-3754 (cell), email@example.com