Throughout her post-secondary education, Courtney has cultivated interpersonal, leadership, and multi-tasking skills. In her undergraduate degree, she volunteered with the Elizabeth Fry Society, where she was responsible for intaking distressed clients for counselling services.

In law school, Courtney effectively trained members of the Sober Support Committee to manage sensitive situations, such as substance use, at social events. 

Courtney has also provided effective pro bono legal representation to underserved employees at the Labour Standards Appeal Project and advocated on clients’ behalf at the Nova Scotia Labour Board.

Her oral & written advocacy skills were recognized after receiving Honour’s in a moot course and in two upcoming publications from her major paper courses. Courtney’s interpersonal and organizational skills make her responsive and supportive to best serve clients’ needs.

Outside of her role providing legal services with Brownlee, Courtney enjoys a wide range of hobbies including creative writing, music, travel, and film.


  • Administrative Law
  • Construction Litigation
  • Bond Claims
  • Builders Lien Litigation
  • Insurance Law
  • Litigation
  • Mediation,  Arbitration and Dispute Resolution



    • The Medical Legal Society of British Columbia
    • Law Society of British Columbia
    • Canadian Bar Association