Breanna Case joined McCuaig Desrochers LLP as an articling student in September 2022.
Breanna received her Juris Doctor from University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law in 2022. While in law school, she volunteered as Dayleader on the Family and Civil Law Project with Student Legal Services where she assisted low-income individuals with their legal matters in Provincial Court. She also served on the Women’s Law Forum and the Edmonton branch of the Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF) where she assisted in various gender equity initiatives across the city. Breanna was the recipient of the 2022 Sheldon Chumir Memorial Essay Prize in Human Rights or Ethics in Government for her essay on gender-neutral legislative drafting.
Prior to law school, Breanna earned a Master of Arts in International Affairs from Carleton University’s Norman Paterson School of International Affairs and a Bachelor of Arts with First Class Honours in Law and Society from the University of Calgary. During these pursuits, she was involved in student government and leadership initiatives. She was employed as a governance and policy analyst in the healthcare sector for nearly two years before returning to school to obtain her law degree.
When she’s out of the office, Breanna enjoys reading novels and skimming the latest self-help books on communication. She also maintains an active lifestyle and can be found hiking in the mountains, salsa dancing in a studio, or biking the city’s roads.