Norika joined Guild Yule as a summer articled student in 2018 before completing her Juris Doctor at the Peter A. Allard School of Law in 2019. Prior to going to law school, Norika earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of British Columbia.
During her post-secondary studies, Norika volunteered at a therapeutic equestrian association, a neuroscience laboratory, the Law Student’s Legal Advice Program, Allard Orientation as the Community Engagement Coordinator, and Legal Education Outreach. All of these experiences have led Norika to seeking a varied and engaging legal practice.
In her final semester of law school, Norika participated in a full-time Judicial Externship where she conducted legal research and writing for Provincial Court Judges at three different courthouses in the Lower Mainland. She was also the recipient of the Arthur Close, QC Prize in Advanced Legal Research.
Outside of law, Norika enjoys hiking, watching TED Talks, and trying out as many different coffee shops around the world as she possibly can.
B.A. (Psychology), University of British Columbia, 2015
J.D., Peter A. Allard School of Law, 2019
November 2019: Co-Author, McAllister v Calgary (City); a heightened duty of care in the age of surveillance?