Access to justice; modernization of regulation to keep pace with tech innovation; diversity and equality; mental health
Called in 2003. Has worked in private practice and in law reform. Received her PhD in 2015 and now serves as Director of the Graduate Diploma in Conflict Resolution program at Carleton’s Department of Law. Practices as a per diem Crown Attorney.
Enjoy this candidate’s “Of Counsel” interview while you read more about them!
Candidates I support
Something the LSO does that it should stop doing
LSO should update processes.
Something the LSO doesn't do that it should start doing
LSO needs to move forward more effectively into embracing and engaging with legal tech innovation.
All Candidates were invited to comment on any or all of the following topics
The profession is enriched and A2J is facilitated when access to legal education is more feasible for students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. LSO should actively engage in work to keep educational costs reasonable.