Lauren has a broad litigation practice focusing on constitutional and administrative law. Lauren has a special interest in Charter issues.

Lauren has represented clients at the BC Supreme Court, BC Provincial Court, Federal Court of Appeal, and in BC Human Rights Tribunal matters. Lauren is passionate about access to justice issues and advocating for clients.

Lauren attended Osgoode Hall Law School where she participated in the Immigration and Refugee intensive that included a practicum at the Federal Court of Canada. Lauren was also a member of the Osgoode team that came third overall at the bilingual Laskin Moot in 2020. In 2019, Lauren received the Osgoode Hall Law School Upper Year Award of Excellence for academic achievement.

In 2020-2021, Lauren was a law clerk to the Honourable Justice Ann Marie McDonald at the Federal Court of Canada. As a law clerk at the Federal Court, Lauren had the opportunity to work on a wide variety of cases including Class Actions, Intellectual Property, Indigenous Law, and Immigration Law.

In her undergraduate degree, Lauren worked as a research assistant for the First Nations and Indigenous Studies Department and specialized in Black history during the Reconstruction Era. As a result, Lauren understands how the law can impact marginalized communities.

Lauren is a board member LDS Society, formerly known as the Learning Disabilities Society, a non-profit organization that provides access to academic support for children and adults with learning differences.


  • Osgoode Hall Law School Upper Year Award for Excellence

Professional & Community Involvement

  • Board Member, LDS Society
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association, BC Branch

Practice Areas

Year of Call

  • British Columbia, 2021
  • Ontario, 2021


  • JD, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, 2020
  • BA (Hons), University of British Columbia, 2016