Get to know some happy lawyers and learn about their not-so-average law practices.
The Honourable Justice Bonnie L. Bokenfohr
The Honourable Justice
Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta
Entering law school can feel like stepping into a strange new world, but for the Honourable Justice Bonnie L. Bokenfohr, the first year of law school at the University of Alberta was the first time she felt she had “found [her] language.”
Assistant General Counsel
Toronto, ON Entertainment Law
Equally inspired by Law and the Arts, Megan intuitively charted an unconventional path to a fulfilling career that combines her love of both. There is always some cohesion to your journey, even if each stage may feel completely serendipitous at the time.
Indigenous Law Research Unit
Victoria, BC Indigenous Law
When Jessica Asch was in law school, nothing like her current job even existed. Although at that time she could not have even imagined her current career as a possibility, working for the Indigenous Law Research Unit has been the most engaging and gratifying work that she has ever done.
President & CEO
Pyrotek Special Effects Inc.
If you had asked Scott Dunlop what his career plan was when he entered law school in his early twenties, he would not have answered “helping some of the world’s biggest musical artists put on spectacular shows for their fans”.
Member of the National Assembly of Quebec
National Assembly of Quebec
Marwah Rizqy, a current Member of the National Assembly of Quebec, went to law school without even considering a political career as an option and without even knowing which area of law she wanted to practice in. After trying to find the perfect fit, tax law found her.
Criminal Defence Lawyer
JHG Criminal Law
Toronto, ON Criminal Law
Running a fully functioning criminal defence boutique law firm in downtown Toronto, Jordana works eighty to one hundred hours per week and wouldn’t have it any other way. Why? Because she loves what she does.