Julia is committed to supporting you through the entire judicial process, so that what is often a challenging journey, becomes as clear and straightforward as possible. She believes in taking a holistic approach to resolving your case while minimizing the impact it has on other areas of your life.
Julia received her law degree from Thompson Rivers University in 2023. She maintained Dean’s Honour List standing throughout law school and was awarded the Gregory S. Pun K.C. Scholarship for Advanced Legal Research and Writing. Julia’s interest in improving her oral advocacy skills led her to participate in the prestigious Kawaskimhon Moot in Montreal, QB where she successfully negotiated with law students from across Canada. Julia’s academic work included an examination of the current model for policing of Indigenous communities in British Columbia.
Before law school, Julia gained valuable experience working in the Crown Counsel office as a legal assistant. She also volunteered at a local non-profit organization in the Downtown Eastside where she provided legal support services to low-income individuals and victims of intimate partner violence. Julia looks forward to combining her past experience with that of her with colleagues and mentors to develop her foundational knowledge further.
Julia is currently an Articling student with Waugh & Associates.
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