Anna Lund is an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law. She researches in the areas of bankruptcy and insolvency, and debtor creditor law. In 2015, she completed a PhD at the University of British Columbia on how insolvency trustees exercise discretion in the personal bankruptcy system. She is currently researching the intersection of insolvency law and gambling, and the constitutional limits of bankruptcy and insolvency law. She co-authored Collections Law in Alberta: A Practical Guide (Carswell, 2012). A member of the Law Society of Alberta, she continues to practice on a pro bono basis through the Edmonton Community Legal Centre and Pro Bono Law Alberta. Dr. Lund is a member of the City of Edmonton Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, and sits on the executive of the Canadian Bar Association's Debtor-Creditor section (Northern Alberta) and the Canadian Bar Association's Access to Justice Committee (Alberta Branch).
Prior to joining the Faculty, Dr Lund taught at Western University, Osgoode Hall Law School at York University, and Simon Fraser University. Dr. Lund was an associate at Field LLP in Edmonton and a law clerk at the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench in Calgary.