Stephanie is an articling student in Smart & Biggar’s Ottawa office and has recently earned her J.D. from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law. For most of her legal studies, Stephanie worked with the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic at the University of Ottawa, taking part in an intervention at the Federal Court of Appeal and various technology- and privacy-law related projects. Stephanie also completed research assistantships, investigating issues surrounding Crown copyright in Canada and the application of intellectual property rights to Indigenous traditional knowledge in Canada.
Before entering law school, Stephanie worked for several years in the software industry, focused on copyright in source code and monitoring compliance with open source and proprietary licensing.
Stephanie completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Western Ontario.
- Industry Involvement
- In the Media
- Canadian Bar Association
- "The Powers of the CSE After C-59: Are Privacy Rights at Risk?:, National Journal of Constitutional Law, 40.2