Angela is a member of Lawrences’ Litigation Group. During her articling term as a judicial law clerk at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Hamilton, she conducted legal research to assist over 30 judges handling a broad array of legal issues arising from civil, criminal, and family law cases. As a judicial law clerk, Angela has reviewed materials and submissions for the Divisional Court in preparation for the hearing of appeals and judicial reviews of lower court decisions. One of the founding partners of the firm, William C. Lawrence, was the first judicial law clerk in Ontario.
At law school, Angela participated in the Health Law Student Advocacy Project and appeared before the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board. She also volunteered at the Community Legal Aid Services Program as an intake volunteer. Angela completed an exchange semester at the University of Hong Kong.
- Law Society of Upper Canada
- Ontario Bar Association
- Peel Law Association
- Hamilton Law Association
- Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers
Recipient of the Alison J. Youngman/Stikeman Elliott Entrance Award, 2012
Munoz Centifanti LC, Thomson ND, Kwok AH. Identifying the Manipulative Mating Methods Associated With Psychopathic Traits and BPD Features. Journal of Personality Disorders 2015;1:1-21.
Jul 26, 2017
The cost of bringing legal action is a major issue in access to justice, especially in personal injury cases. This article outlines the approaches the Court can take in assessing the amount of costs to be paid by the unsuccessful party in a personal injury case.
Jul 26, 2017
Class actions were intended to provide access to justice for those unable to bring individual legal actions. However, if the class action fails, the plaintiffs may end up bearing the burden of costs. This article outlines the ways in which the courts can deal with an unfair cost burden.