focuses on privacy, cybersecurity and consumer protection in her practice. She has experience assisting clients in drafting privacy policies, complying with Canada’s anti-spam legislation, handling access-to-information matters, and preparing for and responding to data and privacy breaches. Ellie also advises clients on regulatory compliance in the healthcare sector. Ellie joined Blakes after interning and articling with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General. Her scholarly work has been published in peer-reviewed academic journals, including the Canadian Journal of Law and Technology. She has also received recognitions such as the Nathan Strauss QC Essay Prize in Legal Ethics from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law.
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