Connie received her Juris Doctor from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at UBC in 2021. Prior to law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and English literature. She subsequently worked for a vocational rehabilitation psychologist assisting on personal injury files.
During law school, Connie volunteered with the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program as a clinician, then served as Executive Director in 2020. She was also research assistant to her former torts professor and the International Justice and Human Rights Clinic. In her second year, she competed in the BC Law Schools Competitive Moot, an appellate-level moot competition in contracts and tort law. In her third year, she interned at the Provincial Court of BC where she provided research assistance to the judges of the Provincial Court and the Office of the Chief Judge.
Connie received several awards, notably the Law Foundation of British Columbia Public Interest Award, the Brian Higgins Memorial Award, and the Raymond G. Herbert Award in Law for the Best All-Around Graduating Student.
Outside law, Connie enjoys hiking and exploring new cafes.