Stephanie is our Summer Law Student at the firm. She is a third-year law student pursuing her Juris Doctorate at the Lincoln Alexander School of Law. Her primary focus lies in business and technology law, where she is interested in assisting businesses throughout all stages of their growth.
Before joining our firm, Stephanie worked at a leading global technology company, where she gained invaluable experience in privacy law. She also worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Law and Business Department at the Ted Rogers School of Management. Stephanie is also passionate about serving her community, as demonstrated through her involvement with various legal clinics, such as the Chinese and Southeast Asian Legal Clinic and Refugee Law Legal Aid Ontario. Prior to law school, she completed a Bachelor’s in Social Work at the Toronto Metropolitan University, where she completed a placement at the Ontario Court of Justice.
In her leisure time, Stephanie enjoys exploring new cuisines with her friends, playing the piano, and challenging herself with jigsaw puzzles.
- J.D. Candidate at Lincoln Alexander School of Law
- Bachelor of Social Work at Toronto Metropolitan University
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