Prior to joining Brownlee LLP as an articling student in 2019, Jill attended the University of Alberta to study law, and completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Durham in the United Kingdom.
While in law school, Jill interned with the Alberta Utilities Commission, and was a research assistant for the Alberta Land Institute where she worked on regulatory policy related to Voluntary Offset Markets.
A fifth-generation farm girl who grew up in central Alberta, Jill volunteered with 4-H’s public speaking program. She has also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada Amicus while attending law school. During this time, she was also heavily involved with the Swift Justice Hockey Team.
Outside of law school, Jill enjoys hockey, baseball, golf, and spending time with her family.
As a student-at-law Jill has the pleasure of working in a variety of practice areas at Brownlee LLP.
Member, Law Society of Alberta
Law allows me to combine my passion for researching and writing with the ability to advocate for my clients.