Chandra is a long-time resident of Grande Prairie, Alberta and proudly calls this city her ‘hometown’. After graduating from St. Joseph’s Catholic High School, she earned a Bachelor of Education in 2013 from the University of Alberta; completing all four years on campus at Grande Prairie Regional College. Chandra then taught locally, supported numerous initiatives as a community volunteer, and immersed herself in international travel. In 2019 she obtained a Canadian J.D., graduating from the University of Manitoba’s Law Program.

Chandra has built a practice primarily focused on Civil Litigation, Real Estate, Employment Law, and Wills & Estates.

Chandra values family, artistic expression, and is committed to representing members of this community.


Real Estate

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We’re in uncertain times. As we navigate these uncertain times, we’ve received increased questions about mortgage renewals. Those who have …


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