Sylvie graduated from University of Victoria’s Faculty of Law in 2018, where she received the President’s Scholarship for academic achievement. During her time in law school, she was active in a number of student groups, including the feminist and LGBTQ law clubs and the Indigenous Law Students Association. She also completed the Law Centre program, an intensive semester-long clinic offering free legal support to economically marginalized clients dealing with a range of legal issues, from criminal to employment and human rights.
In 2018-2019, she clerked at the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench in Edmonton before joining Chivers Carpenter to complete her articles.
Sylvie’s interests and commitments outside of work include hiking and canoeing, singing in a choir, and social justice education.
- Admitted to the Bar of Alberta, 2019
- JD University of Victoria Faculty of Law, 2018
- MA University of Alberta (English), 2015
- BA University of Guelph (Women’s Studies and English), 2012
- Counsel, Elizabeth Fry Society, Independent Legal Advice for Survivors of Sexual Violence Project, 2020
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
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