Practice Highlights

Lucy started with Thomson, Rogers in 2017 as an articling student and joined the firm as an associate in 2018.

Lucy graduated from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law in 2017. While at law school, she completed a semester at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic, advocating on behalf of low-income clients at various courts in Nova Scotia. She also worked as a legal research intern for the Centre for Law and Democracy, an international human rights organization, and assisted clients locally at the Legal Information Society of Nova Scotia and the Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia. In recognition of her academic merit and community service, Lucy received the Schulich Scholarship in Law and the Clifford Rae Achievement Award.

Prior to law school, Lucy graduated from McGill University with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours). Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with friends and family, listening to live music, and watching any and all Toronto sporting events.

Education

  • Juris Doctor, Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law (2017)
  • Bachelor of Arts (Honours), McGill University (2013)
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