Corinne received her Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor’s Faculty of Law in 2021. During her time in law school, Corinne worked as a constitutional law tutorial assistant and created instructor materials for a leading Canadian constitutional law casebook. She also worked as a research assistant for the Legal Research and Writing course. Corinne is a recipient of the Samia Rose Shaheen Memorial Award in Legal Writing and the Judge Bruce J. S. Macdonald Award in Criminal Advocacy.
Prior to law school, Corinne studied psychology at the University of British Columbia and education at the University of Windsor. She spent many years serving clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities both in her home state of Texas and in Windsor-Essex. Her experiences advocating for clients and students with special needs sparked her interest in a career in law. In her spare time, Corinne enjoys reading, writing, spending time with her cat, and listening to podcasts.