Alicia is an articling student at BLG’s Toronto office..
Alicia is a recent graduate of McGill’s Faculty of Law where she earned her J.D. and B.C.L. degrees. While in law school she served as the managing editor of the McGill Law Journal, aided her professors’ research endeavors as a research assistant, and volunteered as a caseworker for Innocence McGill. She also particularly enjoyed writing a column for Quid Novi, the Law Faculty’s weekly publication.
Alicia chose BLG because every one of the associates, partners, and articling students she met there conveyed a strong sense of professionalism, collegiality, and passion for their work. She was impressed with BLG’s robust litigation practice as well as the firm’s clear commitment to investing in its students.
Alicia is an avid traveler and her wanderings have taken her to destinations including Rio de Janeiro, Istanbul, and the Sahara Desert. Alicia loves long distance running and snuggling her family dog Fritz (nicknamed Schnitzel).