Maryna graduated from the joint civil and common law program at McGill University, where she co-founded Tech Law McGill – an organization for students interested in the intersection of law and technology. During law school, Maryna presented on the issue of privacy and open communications on the Internet at a technology conference. She was a finalist at the Copyright Policy Moot held by the uOttawa Centre for Law, Technology and Society. Maryna also served as a Research Assistant for Professor Johanne Poirier.
Prior to law school, Maryna obtained her B.A. in Political Science at McGill. She worked as a research assistant for Professor Christa Scholtz, with whom she presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Annual Conference and published in the Canadian Journal of Law and Society (Cambridge University Press).
While at Osler, Maryna will be rotating through our Privacy, Intellectual Property, Franchise, and Litigation groups.