Laura Wheatley

BHSc (Hons.) 2015, University of Western Ontario
JD, 2019, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University

Laura is an articling student at Hook, Seller & Lundin, LLP, and began her articles in the summer of 2019. Prior to joining the firm, Laura received her Juris Doctor from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, where she specialized and received a Certificate in Health Law and Policy. Laura was also awarded the Allister Fraser Award in Real Estate Transactions Prize for the highest standing in real estate transactions, among other distinctions. While at law school, Laura spent her years heavily involved in Pro-Bono Dalhousie, where she was the founder and coordinator for the High School Cooperative Education Program. She was also an avid member of Community Outreach, fundraising for local charities in Atlantic Canada. During her summers, Laura worked at Brenda Leigh Bell Law Office in Dryden, Ontario, where her work focused on real estate transactions, corporate transactions, and wills and estates.

Before law school, Laura attended the University of Western Ontario where she earned a Bachelor of Health Sciences and was on the Dean’s Honour List throughout her degree. Laura is from Dryden, Ontario, and is eager to begin her legal career back in Northwestern Ontario at Hook, Seller & Lundin LLP.

Laura is a student member of the Kenora District Law Association.