Annette Dueck is an Associate in the Vancouver office of Stikeman Elliott LLP (“Stikeman Elliott”). Her legal practice primarily focuses on the intersections between commercial and regulatory law. Dueck also has extensive experience in addressing technological issues that challenge clients in the commercial and regulatory sphere. Her clientele has ranged from foreign banks to federal and provincial trust companies.
Dueck is a graduate of the LLB class of 1985 from the law school at UBC and clerked at the Supreme Court of British Columbia from 1985 to 1986. She was called to the BC Bar in 1987. Outside of her legal practice at Stikeman Elliott, Dueck has also served as an adjunct professor at the law school at UBC, lecturing on insurance regulation and banking law.
In addition to her LLB, Dueck holds several other academic achievements. She obtained the Osgoode Certificate in Regulatory Compliance and Legal Risk Management for Financial Institutions from York University, as well as MIT certificates in professional education on a variety of topics relating to law and technology.