Faylene Lunn

Faylene Lunn

Associé, Propriété intellectuelle



tél.: 613 787-1025



Admission(s) au barreau

Ontario, 2012


  • Dalhousie University, J.D.
  • Dalhousie University, Ph.D.
  • Mount Allison University, B.Sc. (Hons.)



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Faylene was awarded a Juris Doctor degree in 2011 and a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in 2008, both from Dalhousie University. While in law school she obtained a specialization in Health Law and Policy and completed, with Honours, an Intellectual Property Law Placement with the Industry Liaison and Innovation Department of Dalhousie University. During her graduate studies in the Faculty of Medicine, Faylene was awarded a number of studentships, published several articles and presented her research at National and International chemistry conferences. Her research involved enzymology, microbiology, organic chemistry and molecular biology. Faylene works with our Intellectual Property group in our Ottawa office.

  • The Doug Hogue Award for exceptional dedication and achievement in research and intradepartmental student activity
  • Walter C. Sumner Fellowship
  • The Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation Ph. D. Studentship  

  •  The Canadian Bar Association and the Ontario Bar Association.

  • Bloom G, Sookman B, Klee M, Fong B, Dawalibi D, Lunn F, Plamondon F. Canadian Copyright, Design, and Related Legislation and Jurisprudence: 2011. C.I.P. Rev. 2012; 28(1): 3-38.
  • Lunn FA, Macleod TJ, Bearne SL. Mutational analysis of conserved glycine residues 142, 143 and  146 reveals Gly(142) is critical for tetramerization of CTP synthase from Escherichia coli. Biochem J. 2008;412(1):113-21.
  • Lunn FA, MacDonnell JE, Bearne SL. Structural requirements for the activation of Escherichia coli CTP synthase by the allosteric effector GTP are stringent, but requirements for inhibition are lax. J Biol Chem. 2008;283(4):2010-20.