Our Team


Eric Harvie B.A. L.L.B. is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and opened his law office in Banff in 1995. Over the last 20+ years he has built a law practice that, by design, adds value to his business clients operating in a tourism-based economy. In addition to providing legal services for corporate law and commercial transactions, Eric provides legal advice on the host of unique laws and regulations applicable to business operations in the Bow Valley, with an emphasis on the federal laws in Banff National Park. He believes a competent business lawyer must be both a critical and strategic thinker for the client. 

Eric resides in Banff, is married with two children and is active in outdoor recreation and community volunteer projects.

Volunteer Boards:

  • Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Board of Governors (past Board member)
  • Town of Banff, Assessment Review Board Member (past Board member)
  • Bow Valley Mountain Bike Alliance (past Board member)
  • Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies (past Board member)

Sarah Jones practices real estate, corporate, wills and estates, and residential tenancy law. Although her practice is not limited to Banff, her experience navigating the unique legal issues that arise in a town subject to federal and national park regulation provides a distinct benefit to locals. 

After graduating from the University of Alberta with a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours), Sarah obtained her Juris Doctor at the University of Victoria, where she worked in two legal clinics advising clients on corporate law, residential tenancy disputes, and criminal proceedings. Her undergraduate thesis (a scientific paper on a stroke research experiment she conducted) and her law school thesis (a case review relating to estate planning) have both been published. She joined Eric Harvie Professional Corporation as an articling student in 2015 and was called to the Alberta bar in 2016.

Sarah’s passion for law is matched by her love of the outdoors. When not in the office, Sarah enjoys spending her time exploring the mountains, hiking or snowboarding. She is also actively involved in the community as a skater for the Lady Macs (Bow Valley Roller Derby), and various volunteer boards.

For information on real estate, corporate law, estate planning, or residential tenancy, please do not hesitate to contact Sarah Jones. 

The best time to consult a lawyer is before you take action, so that your first steps are the right steps.

Volunteer Boards:

  • Bow Valley Victim Services Association, Board Member
  • Banff Public Library, Board Member (past Board member)
  • Banff Canmore Community Foundation, Governance Committee
  • Bow Valley Roller Derby, President

Jesse Kitteridge has a broad real estate practice with an emphasis on leasehold transactions within Banff National Park. Jesse acts for clients in the purchase and sale of real property and related financing matters in Banff, Canmore, and the rest of the Bow Valley, and prides himself on remaining approachable and practical through the entire transaction. Jesse has also helped non-resident sellers, executors of estates, and a variety of commercial clients close their transactions quickly and efficiently. He also advises in connection with the incorporation of businesses and other leasehold issues unique to Banff.

Before articling and becoming an associate with Highline Law, Jesse was on a chainsaw crew doing forestry work in coastal British Columbia, and then worked as a professional in the forestry and environmental industries for several years. Jesse completed his law degree at the University of Kent, having previously completed a Bachelor of Arts in Physical Geography and Earth Science at the University of British Columbia.

Jesse is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and is a registered notary public. In his spare time, Jesse likes to do fun stuff (skiing, biking and climbing included). Jesse is an active member of the Alpine Club of Canada, and sits on the Social Committee of the Rocky Mountain Section.