Alexandra Johnson Dingee is an Articling student in Smart & Biggar’s Toronto office. She has recently completed her J.D. at the University of Western Ontario.
During her legal studies, Alexandra participated in several competitions related to entertainment & sports law, contract drafting, and negotiation, which she completed as a finalist. From 2019 to 2021, she served as a Staff Editor for the Western Journal of Legal Studies.
Her many achievements include completing the specialization in Intellectual Property, Information and Technology as well as an independent legal research course on copyright law. In 2021, Alexandra was presented with an Industrial and Intellectual Property award for her exceptional academic ability in this area of law.
During her undergraduate studies, Alexandra received the Queen's Appeal Undergraduate Scholarship and was included in the Dean’s Honour List with Distinction. Alexandra gained valuable experience in an academic research lab where she conducted research relating to genetics and biochemistry associated with plant immune function at Queen’s University.
Before articling at Smart & Biggar, Alexandra was a summer student in the Toronto office in 2021. Alexandra is a member of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario.
- Industry Involvement
- In the Media
- Member, Toronto Lawyers Association
- Member, Women's Law Association of Ontario
- “Phosphorylation-dependent sub-functionalization of the calcium-dependent protein kinase CPK28” (co-authors Bredow M, Bender KW, Holmes DR, Thomson A, Ciren D, Tanney C, Dunning KE, Trujillo M, Huber SC, Monaghan J.) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, May 3, 2021, Vol. 118, Issue 19