Lynn Momprevil is currently an articling student based in Gowling WLG’s Vancouver office. She graduated from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia.
Throughout law school, Lynn actively engaged within the legal community, serving in significant roles such as vice president of Student Affairs for the Law Students’ Society, co-president of the Black Law Students’ Association and an Allard Ambassador. Lynn's commitment to mentorship began during her academic journey and continues to thrive as she guides and supports fellow students in her current role as an articling student.
In recognition of her achievements, Lynn was honoured with the Kim-Bautista Award in Law during her first year, followed by the Catherine Chow Award in her second year and the Law Foundation of British Columbia Public Interest Award in her third year.
During her first year of law school, Lynn conducted a directed research project on the impacts of zoning law on the demographic distribution of Vancouver. This experience solidified her passion for real estate and construction law. Lynn's academic journey also included a transformative semester at the National University of Singapore Law School, fostering her keen interest of the intersection of legal systems on a global scale, particularly in the realm of international business and commerce. Eager to explore diverse practice areas, she looks forward to gaining exposure to various legal disciplines during her articling term.
Before embarking on her legal career, Lynn pursued a major in political science at the University of British Columbia. Subsequently, she contributed her skills and expertise as the marketing, communications & events assistant at the Kitsilano Neighbourhood House, a local non-profit organization.