Alicia Landry is a Dartmouth native. She completed a collaborative degree-diploma program in 2008, graduating with a Bachelor of Information Technology (with distinction) from Carleton University and a Diploma in Interactive Multimedia and Design (with honors) from Algonquin College. Alicia was awarded the Carleton University Senate Medal for outstanding academic achievement.
Prior to attending law school, Alicia worked as a computer programmer and web developer in Ottawa for the Federal Department of Health. In 2013 she was awarded the Assistant Deputy Minister’s Merit Award and the Deputy Minister’s Award for Excellence for her contribution to improvement of the Health of Canadians.
Alicia obtained her Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2016. Alicia was awarded the Dean’s Gold Key Award for her outstanding contribution to the Law School. Alicia graduated with the Dominic Carinci Memorial Prize for academic achievement in Real Estate and Business Associations; the Bruce Lokash Memorial Prize for female athlete of the year; and the Cassels Brock & Blackwell Prize for Professionalism.
Following the completion of her articles at Weldon McInnis Alicia will be admitted to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2017.
Alicia is an avid ultimate Frisbee player and a passionate Chihuahua owner.
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