Yael Mansour

Yael Mansour

Associate, Intellectual Property

Contact Information


tel: 613.787.1106



Bar Admission

Ontario, 2020


  • University of Alberta, J.D.
  • University of Alberta, MBA
  • University of Alberta, B.Sc. Specialization Biochemistry


English, Hebrew

Yael practices intellectual property law, with a focus on patent litigation, primarily in the area of pharmaceutical patent litigation.

Yael received her law degree from the University of Alberta. She also completed her Masters of Business Administration and Bachelors of Science Specialization Biochemistry with Distinction at the University of Alberta. During law school, Yael worked as a health law research assistant, with projects relating to CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology and precision medicine.

Yael joined the firm as a summer student in 2018 and completed her articles with the firm in 2019-2020. She returned to the firm as an associate in 2020.

  • John Poon Graduate Award JD/MBA (2017)

  • The Ethics of Genome Editing in the Clinic: A Dose of Realism for Healthcare Leaders. Journal of Healthcare Management Forum 2017 April; 30(3):159-163.
  • Modest and Severe Maternal Iron Deficiency in Pregnancy are Associated with Fetal Anaemia and Organ-Specific Hypoxia in Rats. Scientific Reports 2017 April; 7: 46573-46573.
  • Consequences of Maternal Iron Deficiency: Fetal Anemia, and Hypoxia in Select Tissues of the Conceptus. FASEB 2016 Apr; 30 (1): 287-293.
  • Prenatal hypoxia causes long-term alterations in vascular endothelin-1 function in aged male, but not female, offspring. Hypertension 2013 Oct; 62 (4): 743-748.
  • The effect of hypoxia-induced intrauterine growth restriction on renal artery function. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 2012 Sept; 3 (5): 333-341.