A Lawyer at Woodward and Company, Caroline’s main areas of practice are taxation, business structures, and modern treaties. Within this work, she is passionate about assisting Indigenous peoples in navigating the law in order to reach the dreams and goals they have for their communities – particularly in a northern context.
Originally from Whitehorse, Yukon, Caroline is Southern Tutchone and a member of the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council. She holds a BA from McGill University (2016) with majors in English Literature and Psychology and a minor in Indigenous Studies. She earned her Juris Doctorate Degree from UVic in 2019, during which she received the Heather Raven Leadership Award (2018) and Ann Roberts Humanitarian Award (2019). Caroline is currently undertaking her LLM with a focus on Indigenous taxation.
Before joining Woodward and Company, Caroline was a Justice and Governance student at the Ta’an Kwäch’än Council, as well as a research assistant at UVic to Brad Bryan, working in areas relating to First Nations taxation and business structures. She also acted as a research assistant to the Modern Treaty Implementation Project focussing on treaty financing and fiscal relationships.
In 2018, Caroline joined Woodward and Company as a summer student, returning in 2020 as an articling student. She has been a member of the Law Society of British Columbia since 2021 and was called to the Yukon Bar in January 2022.
Assistant: Hailey Mcleod
Member, Law Society of B.C. (2021)
Member, Law Society of Yukon (2022)