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Harper Grey adds six associates

Thursday, June 25, 2020 @ 12:25 PM | By John Chunn


Harper Grey announced that Alicia Catalano, Luke Elliott, Caryna Jiwani, Neal Parker, Aynsley Severide and Nicola Virk have joined the Vancouver firm as associates.

According to the firm’s press release, each completed his or her articles with the firm and was recently called to the B.C. bar.

Catalano joins the firm’s health and insurance law groups. She received her undergraduate degree from Capilano University where she completed a BA with a focus on business administration and advanced human resource management. She attended law school at Thompson Rivers University and received her juris doctor in 2019.

Elliott completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Victoria and received a BA in psychology and philosophy in 2016. He attended law school and received his J.D. from Dalhousie University in 2019. He joins the business law group.

Jiwani attended the University of Victoria for both her undergraduate degree and her law degree. She received her BA in 2016 and her J.D. in 2019. She joins the commercial litigation and construction groups.

Parker is the newest member of the commercial litigation, workplace and insurance law groups. He completed his BA at the University of British Columbia in political science and economics in 2012. He then travelled to Europe and completed his MSc at the University of Amsterdam in 2015 before returning to Canada to attend law school. He obtained his J.D. in 2019 from the University of Victoria.

Severide joins the health and family law groups. Prior to law school, she attended McGill University and received her BA in political science and humanistic studies in 2011. She went to law school at the University of Alberta and received her J.D. with distinction in 2019. 

Virk joins the firm’s commercial litigation and insurance law groups. She attended Simon Fraser University and received a BA in criminology in 2016. She attended law school at the University of Victoria and received her J.D. in 2019.