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Siobhan Morris


Siobhan is an enthusiastic advocate who empowers others. She consistently delivers meticulous work by applying her unique analytical insights to simplify and solve her clients’ problems.


Prior to joining the firm, Siobhan served as a judicial law clerk to the Honourable Justice Judith Woods at the Federal Court of Appeal (2019–2020). There, she developed her analytical skills, prepared legal memoranda, and worked with Justice Woods on issues involving intellectual property, tax, constitutional law, and administrative law. In August of 2021, she will begin clerking for the Right Honourable Richard Wagner, Chief Justice at the Supreme Court of Canada.

Siobhan earned her law degree from Queen’s University in 2019, where she was awarded the Dean’s Gold Scholar Award and Medal in Law for obtaining the highest cumulative average of her graduating class. During her legal studies, Siobhan developed her advocacy skills and proficiency in constitutional and administrative law as top-ten oralist in both the Wilson Moot and the Laskin Moot. She also worked as a clinical litigation practice student at Queen’s Legal Aid where she handled matters before Ontario’s social justice tribunals. Before attending law school, Siobhan obtained her Bachelor of Science in Physics (First Class Honours with Distinction) from St. Francis Xavier University.

Outside of the office, Siobhan enjoys musical pursuits of all kinds. She is a talented pianist, and sings in an Ottawa community choir. She also practices ballet, and swing dance.


  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Law Society of Ontario
  • Canadian Bar Association

Professional Achievement and Community Involvement

  • 2019 | Queen’s University, Medal in Law
  • 2019 | Queen’s University, Dean’s Gold Scholar Award
  • 2018 | Queen’s University, Competition Law Course Prize
  • 2017 | Queen’s University, Trade-marks Course Prize

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