Abigail Green Articling Student

Speaks:  English, French

Primary office:  Toronto

Abigail Green

Abigail (Abby) Green is an articling student in Gowling WLG's Toronto office.

Abby completed her JD at the University of Ottawa, where she also played an upper level role on the Ottawa Law Review.

Prior to entering law school, Abby graduated with distinction from Queen's University with a BSc in environmental science. Abby has worked as a policy analyst for the Indigenous Community-Based Climate Monitoring Program at Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada as well as the Sustainable Operations Sector at Indigenous Services Canada. She also has experience working as a research assistant for the Ecotoxicology and Wildlife Health Division at Environment and Climate Change Canada.

Throughout her studies, Abby has been actively involved in giving back to her community. Currently, she volunteers as an adoption coordinator with the Eastern Ontario Potcake Rescue. She has also volunteered at the Stittsville Food Bank and with the Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre as a mentor for Indigenous high school students.

In her spare time, Abby enjoys beading stoles for graduating Indigenous law school students.

Career & Recognition

Filter timeline:
  • 2022

    • Education
      University of Ottawa, JD
  • 2020

    • Community
      Stittsville Food Bank, Volunteer
    • Community
      Eastern Ontario Potcake Rescue, Adoption Coordinator
  • 2019

    • Education
      Queen's University, BSc (Honours), Environmental Science
  • 2017

    • Community
      Four Directions Indigenous Student Centre, Student Mentor
  • 2015

    • Community
      Kingston Humane Society, Volunteer
    • Rankings & Awards
      Leonard S. (Tony) Mandamin Award