Greg Fingas was born in Saskatoon, and resided in Langham and Yorkton before moving to Regina in 1994.
He completed a Bachelor of Arts with distinction at the University of Regina in 2001 (majoring in political science), then obtained his Bachelor of Laws with distinction from the University of Alberta in 2004. Greg clerked with the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal for a year, then practiced with one of Saskatchewan’s largest law firms for five years.
Greg works primarily in the areas of privacy and access to information.
Greg has been Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s Privacy and Access Law South section since 2009. He has made presentations to the CBA section and to multiple clients on privacy and access issues, and has assisted clients in matters ranging from project assessments to policy development to reviews by the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner.
Greg has also provided analysis and advice to clients in areas including health law, environmental law, tendering and procurement law, and general corporate and litigation matters. He has successfully argued cases before all levels of court in Saskatchewan.
Greg lives in Regina with his wife Brandy and their cats Tigger and Wonder. In addition to his legal practice, Greg is a political blogger and freelance writer, and serves as a board member and Vice-President of the Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association.