Gabrielle is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of workplace law with a particular interest in privacy law, human rights and investigations. Gabrielle first joined Roper Greyell as an articling student.
Career highlights for Gabrielle at Roper Greyell include working with clients to find practical and innovative solutions to their workplace problems and preparing written submissions for arbitrations and hearings. Gabrielle enjoys having the opportunity to work with and learn from lawyers who are experts in their field and are passionate about helping their clients. She is looking forward to developing strong relationships with clients in her workplace law practice at Roper Greyell.
While a student at the Peter A. Allard School of Law, Gabrielle was a Research Assistant at the UBC Investigations Office, and was recognized with the Labour Law prize in 2020. Gabrielle also has extensive volunteer experience including working with Access Pro Bono and legal advocacy clinics in the Downtown Eastside.
In her spare time, Gabrielle is an avid runner and also enjoys hiking, skiing, cooking and traveling.
B.A., French, University of Victoria, 2012
M.A., French, University of Victoria, 2014
J.D., University of British Columbia, 2020
Year of call
British Columbia, 2021
BC Human Rights Tribunal Confirms that the Duty to Accommodate Does Not Extend to Providing Employees with Unproductive Work
Bill C-27: Summary of Key Proposed Changes
Is a Complainant No Longer Required to Show that Conduct was “Objectively Unwelcome” to Substantiate a Claim of Sexual Harassment?
Employer Must Take Meaningful Steps to Confirm Voluntary Resignation or Risk Paying Damages for Wrongful Dismissal