Lauren Webster
Lauren Webster
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Lauren Webster joined Field Law as an articling student in September 2020.

Lauren was particularly drawn to advocacy-based courses during law school and competed in the Wilson Moot and Fox Intellectual Property Moot. She also volunteered with the Student Legal Services Civil Law Project and the Queen’s Bench Amicus Program. During her final year, Lauren worked as a Writing Fellow for the first-year Legal Research and Writing Program and as a Footnote Editor for the Centre for Constitutional Studies. Before attending law school, Lauren obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in German Language and Literature from the University of Alberta. This background embeds Lauren in providing creative, detail-driven assistance to all her clients. 

Outside the Office

Lauren enjoys visiting new coffee shops, reading non-fiction and spending time with friends and family.

Pro Bono Law Alberta
Student Volunteer, Queen’s Bench Amicus Court Assistance Program
2018 - 2019
Student Legal Services of Edmonton
Student Volunteer, Civil Division
2017 - 2018
University of Alberta, 2020, Juris Doctor
University of Alberta, 2016, Bachelor of Arts, Honours
German (Limited working proficiency)