Amanda Roberston

2018 Summer Student, 2020 / 2021 Articling Student | Calgary

403.206.6369

Portrait of Amanda Robertson

Overview

Amanda Robertson received her Juris Doctor degree with distinction from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law in 2020. During her time at law school, she coordinated the Pro Bono Students Canada Family Law Program for the Saskatchewan chapter. Additionally, she worked part-time for Concentra Bank as a member of its in-house counsel team.

Prior to law school, Amanda received her Bachelor of Commerce Degree with distinction from the University of Calgary, where she majored in Finance. During this time, she worked for two years at an oil and gas company and spent a semester as a research student and intern at the TSX-V.

In her spare time, you can often find Amanda curled up with a good book, spending time with her friends and family, or out exploring the mountains with her husband, Josh, and her Labradoodle, Goose.

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