Candice joined DLG as an articling student after obtaining her Juris Doctor degree at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops.
While attending law school, Candice worked as a research assistant for her professor on a project involving the Civil Resolution Tribunal. She also worked as a Student Clinician for TRU Law’s Community Legal Clinic and as an Editor for the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law. In her spare time, Candice volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and held voluntary positions as the Volunteer Coordinator for TRU’s Student Law Society 2019 Conference, and as Editor (and later Editor-in-Chief) of the law school’s newsletter The Obiter during her three years at TRU. Candice was the recipient of two awards from the Law Foundation of BC – the Entrance Scholarship and the Public Interest Award, and was on the Dean’s List.
Prior to law school, Candice obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature with a minor in Criminology from the University of the Fraser Valley.
During her articles at DLG, Candice gained exposure to matters in family law, wills and estates, real estate, estate litigation and civil litigation. Candice was called to the British Columbia Bar in May 2021 and having now joined DLG as an associate, Candice continues to practice in these areas of law.
Outside of the office, Candice spends her free time enjoying the outdoors, volunteering with the SPCA, and reading.
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