Kathryn Chadwick Summer Law Student


Speaks:  English, French


Primary office:  Montréal


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Kathryn Chadwick

Kathryn Chadwick joined Gowling WLG’s Montréal office as a law student in June 2020. She will begin articling with the firm in 2021.

Kathryn is currently pursuing a double Bachelor of Laws ((JD/LL.B.) as well as a Master in Social Work (MSW) at McGill University. With a keen interest in working with Aboriginal communities, she has contributed to a research and evaluation project mandated by an Aboriginal consortium based in Alberta. She is writing her thesis on the negotiation of self-government agreements between the Government of Canada and Aboriginal communities.

During her academic career, Kathryn also headed the Mental Health and Wellness Committee of the McGill Law Students' Association and completed several internships, including those at a mental health clinic, a non-profit community organization, and at the Montréal Legal Aid office, where she conducted legal research, assisted clients in accessing public health and social service programs, and provided psychoeducation.

Prior to undertaking her Bachelor of Laws and Master of Social Work, Kathryn worked for the Government of Ontario for two years, where she developed government policy related to e-health and mental health, working with stakeholders in the health care community. Kathryn also holds a Bachelor of Biology from Queen’s University.

Career & Recognition

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  • 2020

    • Education
       2020
      McGill University, JD/LL.B. and MSW
  • 2014

    • Education
       2014
      Queen’s University, BScH