Sectors of Practice
Moosa graduated from Dalhousie Law School in 1990 and articled with Justice Harradence at Alberta Court of Appeal. Upon completion he established his own law firm in Edmonton. In over 30 years practising in all areas of law, he has gained particular expertise in dealing with Family Law. Early in his career, Moosa began to question the conventional legal approach to resolving divorce and dispute issues. He was struck by how long the process took, and by how much it cost; frequently consuming large portions of the assets which would be better put to helping clients get on with their lives after seperation. He committed to following a path focused on sensibilities rather than systems; one that sees beyond differences and draws strength from relationships that while in dispute, are based on tenure and respect. As a designated Chartered Mediator, Moosa created a framework for a Mediation Program for the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. During his time with Court Services, Moosa supervised the Provincial Civil Mediation Program. A Registered Collaborative Lawyer, he has previously served on various Law Society committees, the Alberta Human Rights Commission and as a Board Member with the Centre for Mediation and Restorative Justice. Moosa has presented papers at LESA Seminars, the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Institute of Alberta (ADRIA) Conferences and the Alberta Government Dispute Resolution Network. Moosa is also a Q. Arbitrator and has also obtained his training in Med-Arb.