Emilie is a Research Associate and Professional Development Coordinator with Harper Grey. She supports our senior lawyers with legal research, analysis, and drafting. Emilie also contributes to the firm’s knowledge management initiatives and student and associate programming.
Prior to focusing her practice on legal research, Emilie practiced general litigation at a top-rated boutique for nearly nine years. She has drafted memoranda, opinions, pleadings, mediation briefs, arguments, leave applications, and facta on complex and high-profile administrative, criminal, and civil cases.
In her role as Professional Development Coordinator, Emilie manages Harper Grey’s student recruitment and education programs, and co-ordinates associate professional development activities.
Emilie holds an MLIS degree, which has provided her with a solid foundation in knowledge management, information theory, and research strategies. She is also an Adjunct Professor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, teaching Law 430: Advanced Legal Research.
- University of British Columbia, MLIS, 2019
- University of British Columbia, LL.B., 2008
- University of British Columbia (Okanagan), B.A. (English and Political Science), 2004
- British Columbia, 2009
- Chair, BC CBA Legal Research Section, 2019-2020
- Adjunct Professor, Law 430: Advanced Legal Research, Peter A. Allard School of Law, Fall 2019
- Executive Member, CBABC Legal Research Section, 2015 – present
- Member, Law Society of British Columbia
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
David Roberts Prize in Legal Writing, University of British Columbia - 2007