Fluent in both French and English, Lauren’s practice is focused on family law, estate litigation and general commercial litigation. She brings with her over five years of experience as a litigator in Ottawa.
Lauren’s practice deals with many different areas of family law and she understands that each family law issue is unique and deserves to be treated that way. Lauren has experience drafting cohabitation, marriage and separation agreements, addressing custody and access issues, child and spousal support issues, property issues, and other issues pertaining to separation and divorce.
Prior to being called to the Bar in Ontario, Lauren worked as a research assistant at the Supreme Court of Canada and as a guide interpreter at both the Supreme Court of Canada and Parliament.
An active member of the community, Lauren has volunteered with the Elizabeth Fry Society, the Pro Bono Law Help Centre, the Pro Bono Law Ontario Help Centre and the University of Ottawa’s Refugee Sponsorship Support Program.
Lauren has also given her time for the programme de procès simulés in Ottawa, which is a workshop and mock trial with school children to familiarize them with the judicial system. As a law student, Lauren was also involved with the University of Ottawa’s Association for At-Risk Women.
- University of Ottawa, J.D., 2013
- University of Ottawa, B.S.S., 2009
- British Columbia, 2020
- Ontario, 2014
- Volunteer, Elizabeth Fry Society
- Volunteer, Pro Bono Law Help Centre
- Volunteer, University of Ottawa’s Refugee Sponsorship Support Progra
- Association des juristes d’expression francaise de l’Ontario (AJEFO)
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- Osgoode Society