Charlotte's practice focuses on complex litigation, including fraud, class actions, environmental, arbitration, and constitutional and human rights matters. Charlotte has appeared in several cases before the Supreme Court of Canada, and has acted in disputes before all levels of court in Ontario, as well is in the Federal Court, Quebec and the United States.
As a law student, Charlotte was a faculty research assistant in Constitutional Law at McGill and was also an executive editor to the McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law & Policy. She has conducted research on an array of topics, including cybersecurity, health policy, and energy innovation on behalf of organizations such as Amnesty International, Avocats sans frontières Canada, and the Canadian Civil Liberties Association.
Charlotte is an advocate for equality, diversity and inclusion, and access to justice issues through her involvement with Pro Bono Ontario and LEAF Women's Legal Education and Action Fund. She also has a dedicated interest in social and environmental sustainability in the private sector, and is an active supporter of Toronto's B Corp community.
Prior to joining Bennett Jones as an associate, Charlotte summered and articled with the firm. While articling, Charlotte was seconded to the Technology & Operations group at the Bank of Montreal.
Charlotte is a member of the Advocate's Society, Young Women in Law, and the Ontario, Canadian, and American Bar Associations.