Molly Clark joined Brownlee LLP as a lawyer in the Insurance Defence group after completing her articles with us in 2022. Her practice focuses on the defence of public entities, such as municipalities and school boards, and involves such topics as occupiers’ liability, municipal defence, motor vehicle collisions, property damage, professional errors and omissions, and subrogation.

She said she enjoys practicing law because it allows for individual and team-oriented work while requiring lawyers to develop a unique approach to how they advocate for clients.

Her passion for written and oral advocacy developed through her participation in law school moots. She competed in the national Wilson Moot competition and also volunteered as a moot mentor for first-year law students.

Molly summered at our firm in 2019 and came back in 2021 to complete her articles, citing the mentorship she received as motivation for returning.

In light of that mentorship, she hopes to pay it forward and act in an informal mentorship role for future Brownlee students.

Prior to law school, Molly played lacrosse and ringette. While studying law she was a member of Swift Justice, the U of A Faculty of Law’s women’s hockey intramural team. She also volunteered with Student Legal Services’ Civil Law and Family Law divisions during her time at law school.

More recently, she enjoys exercising, watching the Food Network and reality TV, working on her golf game, and spending time with her family.


  • Municipal Litigation
  • Municipal Defence
  • Occupiers Liability
  • Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • Property Damage
  • Professional Errors & Omissions
  • Subrogation


  • Law Society of Alberta
  • Canadian Bar Association