Stephanie summered and articled with Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP, and practices primarily construction law. Prior to working at Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP, Stephanie worked as a summer law student at Engineers and Geoscientists BC after her first year of law school.

Before studying law, Stephanie completed a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, where she was a recipient of the Peter Glockner Engineering Scholarship for Excellence (University of Calgary). During her time at law school, Stephanie received the Lorraine Douglass Prize in Condominium Law (UBC), the Young, Anderson Prize in Municipal Law (UBC), and the Giroday Family Scholarship in Law based on her performance in the BC Law Schools Competitive Moot (UBC).

Education

  • B.Sc., Civil Engineering, University of Calgary, 2016
  • J.D., Peter A. Allard School of Law, UBC, 2019

Professional Experience

Stephanie has appeared in chambers in the Supreme Court of British Columbia.

During her undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering, Stephanie completed a 15-month internship with CANA Construction, a construction management company in Calgary, Alberta, where she worked on-site at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre, and then on-site at the Smith, an 18-storey condominium building.

As a law student, Stephanie volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada at Nidus Personal Planning Resource Centre.

Professional Activities

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association (BC Branch)
  • Member, Law Society of British Columbia
  • Co-author with David Volk of Jenkins Marzban Logan LLP of But everyone does it this way; Discipline of Conduct that is Widespread in a Profession, which was presented at Infonex’s RegPro 2019 West conference related to professional regulation.

Personal

In her free time, Stephanie enjoys working out, hiking, singing in a choir, cooking, watching comedy TV shows, and spending time with family and friends.