Christine Gorgi Articling Student


Speaks:  English, Arabic


Primary office:  Hamilton


Christine Gorgi

Christine Gorgi is an articling student in Gowling WLG’s Hamilton office.

Christine completed her Juris Doctor degree at the University of British Columbia. During her studies, she took an active role in her law school community. She worked as a registrar, organizing and running the first-year moots. She also acted as an upper year mentor for incoming students and was co-captain of the law school’s women’s rugby team. Other memorable moments included arguing before a Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada during the Wilson Moot, where her team placed second overall in the national competition, and earning the Lawson Lundell Prize in Administrative Law.

Christine is excited to return to Hamilton – a community she knows well. She received her bachelor of health sciences from McMaster University and previously worked as a youth settlement worker at the YMCA. As a summer student at Gowling WLG, she gained experience in a wide range of litigation, business, real estate, and intellectual property matters. She is an adaptable and quick learner with strong legal research and writing skills.

In her spare time, Christine is an avid sports fan. She is a long-time hockey player and enjoys trying out new activities like dragon boat racing and kickboxing.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2021

    • Education
       2021
      Peter A. Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia, JD (expected)
    • Education
       2021
      University of British Columbia, JD
  • 2016

    • Education
       2016
      McMaster University, Bachelor of Health Sciences (Honours)