Audrey-Anne is completing her J.D. at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, Audrey-Anne obtained a Bachelor of Commercial Sciences in International Management from the University of Ottawa, graduating as Valedictorian for the Class of 2019.
Last summer, Audrey-Anne worked in the Employment and Academic Appeals Division of Downtown Legal Services, the University of Toronto’s legal aid clinic. As a caseworker, she represented clients before the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario, the Ministry of Labour, and the Academic Appeals Committee of the Governing Council. Audrey-Anne has continued to work as a Communications Officer for Invest in Canada throughout her legal studies.
This past year, Audrey-Anne competed in French in the Laskin Moot, arguing about the constitutionality of a hypothetical federal vaccination order. She was also the Chief Registrar of the Venezuela Accountability Project, where she led two teams conducting research into the practical effects of various international treaties and conventions.
After law school, Audrey-Anne will be clerking at the Court of Appeal for Ontario.