Chloe joined Brownlee’s municipal practice group as an associated after articling with the firm in 2022/2023. She maintains a broad municipal practice.
Chloe’s passion for problem-solving and legal analysis developed through her participation in law school moots. Chloe enjoys practicing law because it consistently requires creative problem-solving, and constant learning.
Chloe has volunteered with Student Legal Services, the Edmonton Community Legal Centre, and l’Association des jurists d’expression française de l’Alberta, where she took pride in sharing the legal information she was learning with the Edmonton community.
During her undergraduate degree at the Campus St-Jean campus of the University of Alberta, Chloe served as the vice-president external of the Society of Pedagogy Students, where she served as a resource to other students and as an advocate for the interests of Education students at meetings with external partners.
As an associate with Brownlee LLP, Chloe is excited to develop expertise from some of the best lawyers in Municipal law. Chloe hopes to continue to empower those around her with information and knowledge, and she looks forward to the Brownlee community for this reason.
“In my experience, Brownlee has unmatched mentorship. This environment is ideal to develop capable associates and ensures the longevity of a firm,” she said.
In her spare time, Chloe likes indoor rock climbing, hiking, playing guitar and reading.
- Municipal Law
- Planning and Development
- Property Taxation and Assessment
- Privacy and Access to Information Law
Law Society of Alberta
Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Alberta (AJEFA)
What drew Chloe to law was the opportunity to be constantly learning, and applying new knowledge to the benefit of others.