Emily Cook-Bielech

2019 Summer Student, 2021 / 2022 Articling Student | Edmonton

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Overview

Emily returns to Miller Thomson as an Articling Student after completing a summer placement with the firm in 2019.

In 2021, Emily received her Juris Doctor with Distinction from the University of Alberta and was placed on the Faculty of Law Dean’s List. During her time in law school, Emily volunteered with Student Legal Services, the Law Students for Human Rights Club and Law Show. Emily also participated in the Alberta Court of Appeal Constitutional Law Moot and the Julius Alexander Isaac Moot, which focused on critical race theory. In her final year, Emily worked as a research assistant for Professor Joanna Harrington and published a book review on corporate environmental accountability.

Prior to attending law school, Emily received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with Distinction from the University of Alberta. While completing her undergraduate degree, Emily played for the University of Alberta women’s rugby team. Prior to attending the University of Alberta, Emily spent two years at Grande Prairie Regional College, where she played in the College’s jazz band, the community orchestra, and volunteered for Grande Prairie Live Theatre.

In her spare time, Emily enjoys staying active and spending time with friends and family.

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