Charlotte is a student at the Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC. Prior to law school, Charlotte received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (Honours) from Concordia University. During her undergraduate studies, she competed in the Quebec varsity ski racing circuit and in model United Nations competitions.
While in law school at UBC, Charlotte served as a Student Clinician with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program and as the Ombudsperson of the Allard Law Students’ Society. As the Program Coordinator for UBC’s Chapter of Pro Bono Students Canada, she trained and managed 88 students who worked on 44 different projects with public interest organizations in the community. She also contributed to student life as the Chair of the Equity & Diversity Committee and as an Executive Member of the Women’s Caucus. Outside of her volunteer work, she competed in the 2018 Wilson Moot in Toronto and received a Top Oralist Award. Shortly after, she travelled to South Africa to take part in a colloquium on citizenship, social justice, and creative problem solving. After law school, she will be clerking with the British Columbia Court of Appeal.
In her free time, Charlotte enjoys skiing, hiking, travelling, practicing yoga, and writing music.