Carol Bai

2017 / 2018 Articling Student | Vancouver

604.628.3676

Portrait of Carol Bai

Carol returns to Miller Thomson as an articling student after summering with the firm in 2016. She received her J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2017.

Carol completed her Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Toronto, where she graduated with High Distinction. She also holds a Master in Industrial Relations from Queen’s University. Prior to law school, Carol worked as an Employee Relations Advisor with the Ontario Public Service, providing labour relations advice to various ministries.

Carol was an active member at Osgoode. She volunteered with the Community & Legal Aid Services Programme and recruited clients for the Osgoode Venture Capital Clinical Project.  She worked as a Senior Caseworker for the Osgoode Business Clinic providing legal services to start-ups and small businesses. Carol’s involvement at Osgoode also includes serving as Co-President of Osgoode’s Real Estate Law Association (RELA) and contributing to the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot as a researcher.

Carol has a passion for travelling and has travelled extensively in Europe while studying abroad at the University of Amsterdam in the Fall of 2016. While on exchange, Carol developed an interest in international law and took courses in international trade and investment. In her spare time, Carol enjoys playing golf, practicing yoga and sampling exotic food. Carol is fluent in Mandarin and conversant in Cantonese.

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