Olivia is a JD student at the University of Windsor. Prior to law school, she attended Ryerson University, where she obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Contemporary Studies, focusing on Diversity and Equity and a minor in Sociology. During her undergrad, Olivia volunteered at a local women’s shelter. She worked in client-facing roles in various settings, including retailers, her university, and a national bank.
At law school, Olivia is active in her school community. She is a mentor to a first-year student and is a representative in the Environmental Law Society of Windsor Law. With a curiosity for advocacy, Olivia participated in two moots this past year. She was a finalist at Windsor Law’s Zuber Moot and participated in the Warren K Winkler Class Action Moot competition. In her first year, she was a volunteer at Community Legal Aid, an associate editor of Women and the Law: Windsor Chapter’s annual reporter, and played intramural soccer.
Outside of work and school, Olivia loves to play with her cat Frankie, discover new coffee shops and hiking trails, and keep her plants alive.