“I was drawn to Lawson Lundell for the opportunity to learn from talented lawyers at a firm known for its legal excellence.”

Nicole Welsh is an articling student in the Vancouver office of Lawson Lundell. She is interested in exploring all practice areas, with a particular interest in litigation.

Nicole completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Victoria, where she was awarded the President’s Scholarship for achieving a top GPA in the Faculty of Law. Prior to attending law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biology.

As a law student, Nicole worked as a Review Officer Intern at WorkSafeBC, adjudicating appeals of workers’ compensation claims. She volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, first researching the legal implications of COVID-19 for psychiatric facilities, and later as a member of the Research Team, providing guidance to student volunteers in completing their projects. Nicole was also a volunteer editor for the Appeal Law Journal and a volunteer note-taker for the UVic Centre for Accessible Learning.



  • Pro Bono Student at Health Justice
  • Volunteer Editor for the Appeal Law Journal
  • Review Officer Intern at WorkSafeBC

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Thompson Rivers University (B.Sc., 2020)

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