Carolyn is an Articling student at Rosen Kirshen Tax Law.
Carolyn works with senior counsel in attending to tax litigation matters.
Prior to law school she was an intern with the Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion. She returned last summer to the House of Commons as a summer legal student. Her experiences in federal government have provided her with a broader perspective of the challenges facing the regulatory environment.
Carolyn received her J.D. from Western Law.
During law school Carolyn was selected as one of two students to represent Western Law at the provincial trial advocacy competition, the Arnup Cup, held at the Federal Court in Toronto.
Carolyn has also volunteered with Community Legal Services in London, Ontario. As a caseworker, she provided priority legal assistance to London community members.
Carolyn is a graduate of Queen’s University. She spent her academic exchange at Sciences Po in Paris, France. During exchange, she was elected Vice-President of Sciences Po Environment, one of the oldest student-run environmental organizations in the country.
In her spare time, she enjoys staying active and trying new recipes. She is currently looking to improve her French. Carolyn speaks Cantonese.