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Jason L. Demers BSL, JD, JD

Founding Partner

Business Services: Litigation, Employment Law, Administrative Law

Personal Services: Litigation, Family Law, Criminal Law, Personal Injury

Email: jason@hdlawgroup.ca

I view myself as a natural born litigator, here to serve my clients by assisting them in navigating the legal maze. I have appeared and argued cases before the Alberta Courts for over 15 years; first as a paralegal in the Provincial Courts and then as a lawyer. I possess both American and Canadian law degrees with experience that has been focused in Alberta. I believe that your case should mean as much to me as it does to you and together we can find the right solution.

Over the last 15 years I have had the privilege to assist clients in many different areas, including: criminal, personal injury, family, corporate, builders’ liens and contract litigation. If it’s litigation that you need help with I am here to help you. No matter the case I will strive to achieve the best possible result for you, using whatever legal tools are required to get the job done.

I have trained in the martial arts for over 30 years and currently hold several different Black Belts of varying rank. I love movies, chess, skydiving, scuba diving, and hunting. I am always interested in new things and will try almost anything once.


2015 Friend of the Midwives College of Utah award
2011 Sopinka Cup Winner
2010-2011 Winner of the MacIntyre Cup
2011 Winner of the U of S Advocacy Award


Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
Alberta Trial Lawyers’ Association (ATLA)
Law Society of Alberta
Past Member of the Alberta Arbitration and Mediation Society

Community Involvement

  • I currently volunteer for and sit on the Cardston Soccer Board.
  • Served two honorable part time missions for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
  • I was involved with the scouting community for a number of years.
  • I volunteered at Calgary Legal Guidance for 7-8 months (Mon.-Thurs.) in 1999 providing legal advice and services to disadvantaged Calgarians.