Linette is a litigator who works with Indigenous clients, employers, and small-to-medium-sized businesses. Her positivity, approachability, and dedication to client success make her an invaluable addition to our team.
Linette is passionate about promoting the interests of marginalized groups and making law more accessible, just, and equitable. She has participated in various pro bono initiatives, and currently volunteers with Access Pro Bono.
Linette represents clients in matters relating to constitutional issues, Indigenous law, commercial litigation, administrative tribunals, and employment law. She draws on her knowledge and background in history to help prepare specific claims for our Indigenous clients.
Linette’s favourite activities include hiking, skiing, camping and travelling. She is fluent in conversational German and an avid reader.
- Called to the bar in BC, 2021
- Juris Doctor (JD), University of Victoria, 2020
- Research Assistant, University of Victoria Faculty of Law, 2019 - 2020
- Program Coordinator, Pro Bono Students Canada - UVic Chapter, 2018 - 2019
- Bachelor of Arts (BA), History, University of Northern British Columbia, 2016
- Presenter at the CLEBC Employment Law Conference 2022 and co-author of the paper entitled “Return to a “Post-Normal” Workplace: Legal and Practical Considerations for the New Office Space”
- Law Foundation of British Columbia Public Interest Award 2019