Carolyn has completed her second year of the JD program at Queen’s University. Prior to law school, she obtained a degree in history from Western University, where she graduated with distinction. She was a member of the varsity cross country team while at Western University and served as an executive member of “Mustangs Care” – the charity division of the Western University Athletic Council. She was also the Support Service Assistant for Western University’s Indigenous Services.
While at law school, Carolyn is a member of the Film and Television Pro Bono Students Canada research project. In this role, she researches human rights issues relating to labour and employment law in order to create legal resources to aid those in the film and television industry in Ontario.
While at Osler, Carolyn will be working with the Labour and Employment/Pensions and Benefits and Corporate groups.