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Professional Background

Breeya completed her Bachelor of Laws at the University of Alberta in 2011 after completing three years toward a Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree. Upon admission to law school in 2008, she received the prestigious President’s Scholarship in Law recognizing superior academic achievement.

Breeya was an active volunteer throughout her post secondary career lending her enthusiasm and experience to Student Legal Services, as well as the Faculty of Law. In her role as a Law School Ambassador, she coordinated a number of events throughout the years and welcomed new students through the faculty’s orientation program. Breeya also participated and organized a number of activities to raise funds in support of local charities.

In 2011, Breeya joined Litco Law as a Student-at-Law and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2012. She has gained valuable legal experience since joining the firm, and continues to develop her expertise in personal injury matters. Breeya looks forward to pursuing her professional legal career as one of Litco Law’s practicing lawyers.

Personal Snapshot

Breeya is passionate about health and fitness and spends her personal time as a fitness instructor. She loves running, barre, HITT and strength workouts. She also loves to travel having studied for a semester at the University of Wollongong, Australia while working toward her law degree, with many other countries on her passport. Breeya also loves spending time with her family and her little pup, Lola.
 

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