Articling with us gives you a people edge.

We provide articling students with the opportunity to engage and grow your legal, advocacy, interpersonal and presentation skills. Workplace law encompasses many and various areas of law, and involves challenging problem solving every day. Articling students conduct research, draft client documents, participate in client meetings and hearing preparation and attend at hearings (arbitrations, tribunals or court) to see your work in action. As your capacity grows so will the opportunities.

Mentorship is an important element of life at Roper Greyell. Everyone you meet here should be viewed as potential mentors as you learn what it is like to work in a law firm. Every Roper Greyell team member has an experience and view point that could be helpful to you during your articling or summer articling period and your future career as a lawyer. Along with this informal mentorship, we also have a more formal mentoring program to help students. You will be assigned both an Articling Principal and an Associate Mentor.

Your Articling Principal is a partner or senior lawyer at the firm who is there to help maximize your experience by being a guide through your time at the firm. During the time you are at the firm you will be connected with an associate who has volunteered to participate in our associate mentoring program. The aim of this program is to help facilitate your introduction to the firm and provide a peer mentor who has recently or relatively recently been through the articling experience.

We strive to practice law in a way that supports excellence in client service and provides a sustainable work life balance. We mean it and want everyone on our team to have a satisfying professional career and personal life.

Meet our current articling students.

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Gabrielle Berron-Styan


Gabrielle Berron-Styan completed her JD from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia in June 2020. While at UBC, 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 the Access Pro Bono & Vancouver AIDS Society, Wills Clinic, the UBC Law Student’s Legal Advice Program, and the Atira Women’s Resource Society, Legal Advocacy Program. In her spare time, Gabrielle is an avid runner and also enjoys hiking, skiing, cooking and traveling.

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Katelin Dueck


Katelin Dueck received her JD from Thompson Rivers University (TRU) in June 2020. Katelin previously worked at Roper Greyell as a Summer Student in May 2019. While at TRU Law, Katelin worked as a Teaching Assistant in Fundamental Legal Skills and a Supplemental Learning Leader for both Torts and Constitutional Law classes. She also participated in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in 2019. When not in the office, Katelin enjoys musical theatre (Hamilton and Les Misèrables are her favourites) and cheering on the Canucks and the Delta Special Olympics Team.

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Kate Jones


Kate Jones received her JD from the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia in June 2020. Kate first joined Roper Greyell as a Summer Student in May 2019. While at UBC, Kate participated in the judicial externship program, acting as extern for a number of judges in the B.C. Provincial Courts. She has also volunteered at a legal advocacy clinic for women on the Downtown Eastside. Away from the office, Kate enjoys a variety of outdoor activities in the summer, and during the cooler months, moves indoors to the local cafes to continue her search for the perfect London Fog.