Siobhan is an enthusiastic advocate and enjoys working across all areas of law.
Siobhan joined Conway Litigation as an associate after clerking for the Honourable Justice Judith Woods at the Federal Court of Appeal. There, she developed her analytical skills, prepared legal memoranda, and worked with Justice Woods on a wide range of subjects, including tax, intellectual property, constitutional law, and administrative law. In August of 2021, she will spend a year clerking for the Right Honourable Richard Wagner at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Siobhan obtained her J.D. from Queen’s University in 2019, where she received the Dean’s Gold Scholar Award and Medal in Law for obtaining the highest cumulative average of her graduating class. During her time at Queen’s, Siobhan built on her advocacy skills and knowledge of constitutional and administrative law as an 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.
Prior to her career in law, Siobhan obtained a B.Sc. in Physics from St. Francis Xavier University. There, she worked as a research assistant to Dr. Peter Poole and studied ice nucleation in simulations of supercooled water.
In her spare time, Siobhan is an enthusiastic dancer, in ballet, tap, jazz, and swing dance. She also sings in Hypatia’s Voice, an Ottawa community choir.