Alexandria Chun

Alexandria Chun

Lawyer - Spark Law

Toronto, ON
Video Games & Esports Law Intellectual Property Law Commercial Litigation Corporate Law

Have your video games and play them too. Unsure of how to combine her passion for the creative space and the desire to help others, a single Twitter post led Alex to a budding practice in video game law. After all, who can better understand than a gamer-turned-lawyer herself?
Erin Cowling

Erin Cowling

​Freelance Lawyer, Entrepreneur, Writer, & Legal Career Consultant - Flex Legal

Toronto, ON

Erin’s law school journey started with a blunt hit to the head – no, seriously.
Jennifer Wright

Jennifer Wright

Mediator - Canada Industrial Relations Board

Toronto, ON
Mediation

Some people become lawyers because they like to argue. Jennifer Wright became a lawyer because she likes to find common ground. She may be a lawyer by training, but she is a mediator by calling.
Emily Lukaweski

Emily Lukaweski

Principle/ Lawyer - Novate Legal

Toronto, Ontario

If you have lost your passion in law, remember why you went to law school, is Emily Lukaweski’s advice. Emily’s qualities that were outside the mainstream in law school and working for traditional law firms have been assets in her current career.
Moya Teklu

Moya Teklu

Executive Director and General Counsel - Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC)

Toronto, Ontario

Being a high achiever with a passion for human rights and combating anti-Black racism helped land her role as the Executive Director and General Counsel at the Black Legal Action Centre (BLAC). But it took a village of support -- from her family, her legal peers, and her girlfriends -- to get Moya Teklu to where she is today.
Steve Monk

Steve Monk

Founder and CEO - CEO Law

Toronto, ON

Steve Monk’s winding path included changing professions and leaving a stable job several times before finding his passion with CEO Law. His journey through law is a perfect example of how it is never too late to give yourself the chance to find happiness.