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Diane ridley

Diane has been a resident of the County of Wetaskiwin for 30 years having moved to the community with her young family in 1990. She became active in the community at the municipal level and served as the rural representative for the Premier’s Council for Persons with Disabilities from 2005 – 2011. While working as an FCSS coordinator for the County of Leduc, Diane became aware of the shortage of lawyers in the rural area and made the decision to return to school with the goal of becoming a lawyer and providing service to her rural community members.  Diane articled and practiced in the city of Wetaskiwin with Sirrs LLP and in January 2016 opened her own practice in Devon, Alberta.


bonnie ewing

Bonnie was born in Drumheller and lived there with  her family until she was 14. They then moved to Stettler where her parents and two sisters still live today.

Bonnie has a  Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. She then went on to obtain her law degree from Queen's University. She articled at Leslie H. Morley Law Office in Kingston, Ontario and remained with the firm as an associate, after she was  called in 2002.

Bonnie made the move back to Alberta in 2004 where she opened a practice in Stettler. After taking a break from practicing law Bonnie returned to the profession in January of 2020. We are pleased to welcome her to our team at Ridley Law. Bonnie brings life experience to her practice which provides her clients with a practical approach to resolution.


candice mCclean

Candice grew up on a family farm in the Thorsby/Leduc area. She graduated from Thorsby High School in 2001 and received her Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Calgary. After working as a family support worker for Leduc County FCSS, she attended law school at the University of Saskatchewan. Candice articled with Jackie Handerek & Forester in Leduc and then began working as an Advocate with the Office of the Child and Youth and Advocate. Looking for adventure, she moved to Yellowknife and practiced with Dragon Toner Law Office where her focus was primarily in the areas of child welfare law and family law.
Candice’s roots are in our rural community and when she decided it was time to settle down and start a family, she and her husband returned to Leduc. We are so pleased to have her work with us in our Devon office.