Emily received her Bachelor of Arts in History from the University of British Columbia in 2012 and graduated from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law in 2017. She joined Kurie Queck in October 2017 as a Student-at-Law working in the family law department.
During law school, Emily focused on family law, choosing classes like practical family law matters and mediation to help her in her practice. She was awarded the Leonard J. Pollock QC Prize for achieving the top mark in her family law class. She also volunteered with Student Legal Services Civil and Family Law Project, the Do-Your-Own-Divorce Clinic, and Pro Bono Law Alberta.
Emily is dedicated to helping clients navigate the legal system, to giving clients practical advice, and to obtaining the best possible outcome for her clients.
If you need advice on your family law matter, Emily would be happy to meet with you for a free half-hour consultation to discuss your concerns and options.