Jacquelyn is an intellectual property lawyer with experience advising clients on trademark and copyright law, regulatory compliance and domain name disputes.
She routinely advises domestic and multinational clients across multiple industries on the clearance, registration, maintenance and enforcement of trademarks and assists with the drafting of various intellectual property agreements.
Jacquelyn’s practice also involves reviewing products, marketing materials, labelling, and packaging to ensure compliance with trademark laws, copyright laws and regulatory requirements (including compliance with the Food and Drugs Act).
During law school, Jacquelyn was a semi-finalist in the 2018 Harold G. Fox Moot on Canadian intellectual property law and was awarded the Gordon F. Henderson Award for the best appellant factum. She also represented the University of Toronto at the Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot.
Jacquelyn was an executive member for the University of Toronto chapter of the First Generation Network, an initiative to reduce barriers for law students who are the first member of their family to graduate from post-secondary school.
Jacquelyn has also volunteered as a student caseworker at the Advocates for Injured Workers Legal Clinic and with the Law in Action Within Schools (LAWS) program, a high school program that uses legal education as a tool to assist students to succeed in school and become engaged and active citizens.