Allie Quigley
Allie Quigley
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Allie Quigley is an articling student in our Edmonton office.

Before law school, Allie completed her undergraduate degree in honours history at the University of Alberta. Learning about how people organize themselves through systems of power inspired her to go to law school. Law plays a vital role in structuring everyday life, and she wanted to be part of it.

During all three years of law school, she worked and volunteered for Student Legal Services. Allie was a dayleader for the Legal Education and Reform Project where she was involved in weekly outreaches to community centres such as Bissell Centre and Boyle Street to provide legal information and support. She was coordinator for the Special Initiatives Project where she managed the Human Rights Project, Trans ID Clinic, and facilitated the reopening of the Wills Clinic.

A highlight while in law school was competing and winning the Alberta Court of Appeal Constitutional Moot in 2023.

Outside the Office

Allie loves playing classical piano and composing pieces. She also enjoys crafting miniatures and working on puzzles. She spends time running and biking in the river valley.

University of Alberta, 2024, Juris Doctor
University of Alberta, 2021, Bachelor of Arts, History, Honours