Tracy Ayling has over 14 years of experience working as a litigation support specialist, providing a combination of mega case project management, trial support and large virtual team management. She also has extensive experience in providing legal and historical research analysis on complex precedent-setting aboriginal law litigations on a variety of subjects such as constitutional issues, aboriginal rights and title, western treaties, Bill C-31, oil and gas issues, environmental damages, water and riparian rights, and self-government. She has also worked extensively in Environmental damages cases and more recently in Class Actions.
Tracy also has expertise in a number of legal technologies, best practices, and designed review and work flow strategies for mega document collections. She provides support on Summation in the Cloud with the first firm in Vancouver to take all of their applications into the virtual environment. She has customized databases on a number of large files, including an extensive project-based database designed for analysis. In 2004, she developed and wrote the Summation-Ringtail Document Database Protocol, a template database used by DOJ-AANDC for all civil federal aboriginal law litigations across the country (several thousand files), which is still being used.