Our People

With over 80 legal professionals, we provide counsel with the skills and resources to deliver the widest range of legal services to our clients. Our lawyers are nationally and internationally recognized. In addition to being listed in Lexpert, Benchmark Canada, Best Lawyers and Chambers Global, McDougall Gauley has consistently been named one of the top five Prairie Regional Firms by Canadian Lawyer Magazine.

With over 80 legal professional, we provide counsel with the skills and resources deliver the widest range of legal service to our clients.
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Practice Areas
We service the legal needs of individuals, domestic and international institutions, insurance companies, business, government, and more.
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Awards & Recognitions
We have received numerous awards and recognitions during our 130 years of service to our clients. Many of our lawyers are recognized by Lexpert and Best Lawyers in Canada.
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About McDougall Gauley

McDougall Gauley LLP is a Saskatchewan law firm with a diversified local, provincial, national, and international practice. Since 1891, McDougall Gauley has served the legal needs of domestic and international financial institutions, insurance companies, individuals in business, government, law and finance, as well as, local, national and multinational corporations.

Our Insights
Limitation periods and The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act – What you need to know
Nicole C. Krupski
Case Comment
The recent decision of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal in MFI Ag Services Ltd. v. Kramer Ltd., 2023 SKCA 10 [Kramer] establishes that the limitation periods set out in The Limitations Act (Saskatchewan) (the “LTA”) are not applicable to proceedings for equipment seizure under Part IV of The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act (the “SFSA”).
Test for Family Status Discrimination Clarified by Saskatchewan Court of King’s Bench
Calen Nixon & Nicole Tryhorn
Case Comment
The legal test and scope for protection against discrimination on the basis of family status varies by jurisdiction in Canada. A recent Saskatchewan Court of King’s Bench decision provides clarity as to when the duty to accommodate under The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, 2018 [the “Code”] can be engaged for Saskatchewan employers.
Saskatchewan Court of Appeal outlines new test for redacting producible documents
Ellen Fitzgerald
Case Comment
When parties enter into the litigation process, one of the steps that must be undertaken is document exchange, or disclosure, commonly referred to as discovery.