Prior to joining Achkar Law, Abby summered and articled at a reputable mid-size full-service firm in Toronto where she worked on various commercial litigation and employment law matters and has successfully represented clients at the Small Claims Court, Superior Court of Justice, and Ontario Court of Justice.
As a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, Abby served as the Co-President of Osgoode’s Asian Law Students’ Association and as an editor for Osgoode’s student newspaper Obiter Dicta and theCourt.ca, Osgoode’s award-winning legal blog. Abby has worked as an intern at Amnesty International Canada and is passionate about social justice, having volunteered as a caseworker at Osgoode’s Community & Legal Aid Services Program and as a legal research assistant with Pro Bono Students Canada. She is part of the winning team at the 2020 Julius Alexander Isaac Moot and was awarded with the 2022 FACL Ontario LaForme Scholarship for her work in social justice at Osgoode and beyond. She is currently a member of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers’ Mentorship Committee and Advocacy & Policy Committee.
In her spare time, Abby enjoys rock climbing, dancing, trying new escape rooms, playing piano, and cheering on the Toronto Raptors.