Amanda Therrien is an intersectional feminist and is passionate about advancing the rights of unions, workers, students and tenants. Fully bilingual, Amanda practices in the fields of labour, employment, administrative, and human rights law. She completed her articles with the firm before joining as an Associate in 2023.

Prior to law school, Amanda worked as an x-ray technologist in locations throughout Newfoundland and Ontario. During law school, Amanda completed a placement at the Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic as part of Osgoode Hall Law School’s Feminist Advocacy Clinical Program where she provided legal assistance to survivors of intimate partner violence. Amanda received her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School where she was awarded the Mabel Penery French Prize in 2020, the Ursel Philips Fellows Hopkinson LLP Prize in 2021, and the Alexander David McKenzie Scholarship in 2022.

In her spare time, Amanda can be found reading a good book, playing video games, and hanging out with her dog Zuko.

2022 JD, Osgoode Hall Law School

2018 B.A. Honours, Gender and Women’s Studies, Trent University

2010 B.Sc. Life Sciences, Queen’s University

2010 Diploma of X-ray Technology, Eastern Ontario School of X-Ray Technology