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Isabelle Crew

Isabelle Crew

Associate, Litigation

Contact Information

tel: 416.862.4222



Bar Admission

Ontario, 2019



  • Queen’s University, Juris Doctor
  • Carleton University, Bachelor of Arts Honours


Isabelle is an Associate in Osler’s Litigation Department and a member of the firm’s Regulatory, Environmental, Aboriginal and Land practice group. In addition to her general corporate commercial litigation practice Isabelle maintains a regulatory practice which involves advising business on matters related to environmental and energy laws.

Isabelle completed her Juris Doctor at Queen’s University. Prior to attending law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts Honours in Law with a concentration in Transnational Law and Human Rights from Carleton University. Prior to joining Osler, Isabelle worked as a Summer Law Student at the Ontario Ministry of Energy.

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    Imperial Oil in its pipeline approval (leave to construct) from the Ontario Energy Board

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  • Queen’s Law Prize in Contracts; Queen’s University
  • Queen’s Law Prize in Administrative Law, Queen’s University
  • John D.B. Walton Scholarship in Administrative Law; Queen’s University
  • Christopher Riggs Administrative Law Scholarship; Queen’s University
  • Queen’s Law Prize in International Trade Law, Queen’s University
  • Leipnik Award in International Legal Studies, Queen’s University
  • Dean’s Honour List, Queen’s University
  • Senate Medal for Outstanding Academic Achievement, Carleton University
  • Governor General’s Academic Medal, Bronze

  • Queen’s Law Journal, Editor in Chief, 2017-2018
  • Queen’s Faculty of Law Aboriginal Law Student Alliance, Founding Council Member

  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association

  • “Canada Targets Implementing a Comprehensive Ban on Asbestos and Asbestos-Containing Materials by 2018” by Jennifer Fairfax, Patrick G. Welsh, Rebecca Hall-McGuire and Isabelle Crew, Key Developments in Environmental Law 2017 (Toronto: Thompson Reuters, 2017).