Jocelyn earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a double major in History and International Relations from the University of British Columbia. She then attended McGill university where she completed a Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.) and a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). As a lifelong learner, Jocelyn successfully obtained a CIPP/C privacy designation in 2022.

Jocelyn is a civil litigator whose practice is now focused on estate litigation. Prior to her current role, Jocelyn worked for 10 years as a civil litigator in the insurance defence industry where she developed a particular interest in coverage issues. Jocelyn also has experience working as an in-house counsel for an insurance company. Jocelyn has appeared before the Superior Court, various tribunals including the License Appeal Tribunal and the Divisional Court.

Jocelyn is an active member of the legal community in Ontario. She is the immediate Past President of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario, an active mentor, and a regular speaker and moderator at continuing professional development seminars.

Year of Call



Bachelor of Arts- Double Major in History and International Relations, University of British Columbia, 2002

Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) and Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.), McGill University, 2006


Law Society of Ontario

Canadian Bar Association

Ontario Bar Association

Canadian Defence Lawyers

Toronto Lawyers Association

Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers

Korean Canadian Lawyers Association

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Immediate Past President of the Women’s Law Association of Ontario

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