Sophie Toor is an associate at Roper Greyell, practicing in all areas of workplace law. Sophie first joined Roper Greyell as a summer student and completed her articles with the firm.
Sophie is passionate about finding creative, practical strategies for clients. She is intrigued by the human side of employment law and enjoys assisting clients in finding inventive solutions to their various business demands.
Career highlights for Sophie include drafting submissions for BCSC, working on creative legal arguments and innovative settlements, outlining solution-oriented workplace policies and contributing to a range of administrative tribunals.
While a law student at UBC, Sophie worked as a Student Clinician at the International Justice and Human Rights Clinic, and also with Pro Bono Students Canada for a year as a Program Coordinator.
Sophie has been the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships, including the Thorsteinssons Prize in Taxation, as well as the Richard Campbell Memorial Scholarship and CBIA Lawyers Financial Law Student Achievement Award.
Away from the office, Sophie enjoys staying active in various outdoor pursuits including hiking and canoeing. To unwind, she likes exploring Vancouver’s food and cocktail scene and hanging with her dog Tally.
B.A.&Sc., Sustainability Studies, McGill University, 2018
J.D., University of British Columbia, 2021
Year of call
British Columbia, 2022