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Chu, Danielle

Danielle Chu

Associate, Regulatory, Environmental, Aboriginal and Land; Litigation


Contact Information

dchu@osler.com

tel: 403.355.7454

Office

Calgary

Bar Admission

Alberta (2018)

Education
  • London School of Economics, LL.M., with Merit (2017)
  • University of Alberta, J.D. (2016)
  • University of Toronto, Hon. B. Sc. (2013)
Language(s)
English, French, Cantonese

Danielle completed her LL.M. at the London School of Economics in 2017, and her J.D. at the University of Alberta in 2016. Her LL.M. focused on International Dispute Resolution and Competition/Antitrust Law.     

During her time at the LSE, Danielle was Captain of the Vis International Arbitration Moot Competition Team, which was the winning team at the London Court of International Arbitration pre-moot, and won Honourable Mentions for both Appellant and Respondent Factums at the international competition rounds in Vienna.    

During law school, Danielle researched with the Environmental Law Centre of Alberta, and was a two-time member of the Jessup International Law Moot Competition Team. She interned at the United Nations Headquarters in New York with the Administrative Law Section, and participated in an exchange program to Lille, France.

Prior to this, Danielle completed her Honours Bachelor of Science in Physics and Philosophy, with a minor in Mathematics, at the University of Toronto. A passionate athlete and avid mountain trekker, she was a member of the University of Toronto Varsity Women’s Lacrosse Team and has climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania and Mt. Everest Base Camp, Nepal.

  • Recipient of the Gerald L. Gall Global Community Service Grant from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law (2014)
  • Viscount Bennett Scholarship from the Law Society of Alberta (2016)

  • Civil Claims Duty Counsel
  • Project Leader, Alberta Environmental Law Centre
  • Criminal Project Student Volunteer, Student Legal Services Alberta

  • Can Quantum Mechanics Be Reconciled with Relativity?: Solving Superliminal Causation through Lewis’ Counterfactuals. Noesis. Spring 2014.
  • “Invention of Interference-Cancelling Wires Developed for Condensed Matter Cryostats”. University of Toronto Undergraduate Physics Student Research Presentation Series, Toronto, 2013.
  • “Interpretations of Quantum Mechanics”. University of Toronto Undergraduate Philosophy Research Conference, Toronto, 2013.
  • “Can Quantum Mechanics Be Reconciled with Relativity?: Solving Superliminal Causation through Lewis’ Counterfactuals”. University of Toronto Undergraduate Philosophy Research Conference, Toronto, 2012.