Student-At-Law Amy Boyd enjoys problem-solving, critical thinking, oral advocacy, connecting with clients and working in a team environment where she can collaborate with co-workers.
A 2021 graduate from the University of Alberta Faculty of Law’s Juris Doctor program, Amy previously summered at Brownlee in 2019. She said she is excited about getting more in-depth experience at each of the firm’s practice areas as an articling student.
“Brownlee has a strong community of support, open-door policy, and provides a great environment to learn,” she said.
Amy was involved in her community while working on her undergrad degree. She served as president of the University of Alberta Rotaract Club and was a member of the City of Edmonton Youth Council where she served as chairperson of the Social Equity Committee.
While studying law, she volunteered with Student Legal Services’ Civil law and Family law divisions, participated in competitive moots, performed in the U of A Faculty of Law’s annual Law Show, and served for two years as the Treasurer for the Panda Bearristers rugby team.
She is a self-proclaimed dog-lady, hiking enthusiast, and long-suffering Oilers fan.
As a student-at-law, Amy has the pleasure of working in a variety of practice areas at Brownlee LLP.
- Law Society of Alberta (Student-at-Law status)
Amy is passionate about women’s issues and increasing access to justice for individuals experiencing homelessness.