Christeena Lucknauth, B.A. (Hons), M.A., J.D. Articling Student
Christeena graduated from the University of Toronto in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology. She went on to earn Master’s degree from the University of Ottawa in 2013. During her years at graduate school, Christeena conducted an extensive study analyzing the ways in which radicalized immigrant women respond to domestic abuse. Her interest in social justice led her to study law in the capital of our country, at the University of Ottawa. There she worked in the Criminal Division of the University of Ottawa’s Community Legal Clinic, earning an invaluable experience interacting with variety of clients. In spring 2016 Christeena graduated from law school with honours and was the recipient of the Shore Davis Johnston Award for the highest standing in Sexual Assault Law.
During her law studies, Christeena earned significant experience working at plaintiff and defence personal injury firms. Christeena began her articling term with Clarke Law in the summer of 2016. At Clarke Law she works on various aspects of the plaintiffs’ files, with primary focus on the accident benefit claims and disputes, LAT applications, research of law, appeals of tribunal decisions. Christeena is an effective communicator and is knowledgeable in the French language.