“I joined Lawson Lundell because of the firm’s commitment to fostering a supportive and inclusive workplace as well as the firm’s reputation for legal excellence.”

Eloise Hirst is a summer student in the Calgary office of Lawson Lundell. She is interested in exploring all practice areas.

Eloise is currently working towards her Juris Doctor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, Eloise completed her Master of Public Policy at the University of Calgary where she worked as a research assistant on the first curriculum review at the School of Public Policy. Her Master’s capstone examined policy options to improve voter turnout in municipal elections.

Community Activities

  • Vice-President Academic, University of Toronto Students’ Law Society
  • Workshop Facilitator, Law in Action Within Schools (LAWS)


University of Toronto (JD, 2023 - anticipated)

The School of Public Policy, University of Calgary (MPP, 2020)

University of Toronto (BA, 2018)

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