“I was drawn to Lawson Lundell for its strong reputation and excellent firm culture. I am excited to join this incredible team as an associate.”

Emily is an associate in both the Labour, Employment and Human Rights Group and the Privacy and Data Management Group in Vancouver. She practices in all aspects of workplace law including occupational health and safety issues, employment standards complaints, human rights issues, labour grievances and workplace bullying and harassment. Emily also advises clients on the hiring and termination of employees.

Emily provides advice to clients on various privacy and data protection matters, such as responding to access to information requests and complaints before the federal and provincial privacy commissioners. Emily has experience with privacy compliance, privacy risk management strategies, and preparing privacy policies.

Emily graduated from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University where she co-coordinated the Dalhousie Youth Legal Education Society’s Consent Project and received the G.O. Forsyth Essay Prize in Legal Research and Writing. Before her legal career, Emily worked at a non-profit organization in tenancy advocacy.

Professional Activities

  • Law Society of British Columbia, Member

Community Activities

  • Co-coordinator of the Consent Project at Pro Bono Dalhousie
  • Co-president of the Weldon Karaoke Clinic
  • Volunteer at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Tenants’ Rights Project

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Blog Posts

Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements

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Bar Admissions

  • British Columbia (2023)


Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University (J.D., 2022)

Dalhousie University (Health Law and Policy Specialization Certificate, 2022)

University of Victoria (BA Psychology, 2018)

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