Sep 22, 2016
The fall 2016 issue of Ottawa Life Magazine contains an article that features the publication’s picks for the residents of the nation’s capital who are making a difference and “creating change that will affect Canadians for generations to come.” Osler is extremely pleased to announce that the 16th annual compilation of community builders includes Dr. Faylene Lunn, an associate who has worked in the Intellectual Property Group in the firm’s Ottawa office since 2012. In addition to being a skilled Intellectual Property lawyer, Faylene is also a trained scientist, with a Ph.D. in biochemistry and molecular biology as well as a long list of academic achievements. The article describes Faylene’s numerous contributions to her scientific and legal communities and details her involvement with the Canadian Bar Association, the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada and Osler’s Student Committee.
Learn more about the ways Faylene Lunn is making a difference in her community by reading her profile included in the article “Top 25 people in the Capital” at page 27 of the Fall 2016 issue of Ottawa Life Magazine.