Joelle French


Joelle French

Joelle is a Student-at-Law in our Calgary office.

Joelle earned her Juris Doctor at the University of Saskatchewan. She holds a Master of Public Policy Degree from the University of Calgary and previously earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree from St. Francis Xavier University, graduating with honours. 

During law school, Joelle was also an active participant in many student organizations, working as a Female Sports Rep for the Law Students' Association, Vice President of the Corporate Law Club, and Project Coordinator for the Criminal Law Club. While attending the University of Calgary for her Masters’, Joelle was awarded the Canadian Network on Information and Security (CANIS) Scholarship. The scholarship funds academic research with regards to the impact of misinformation and disinformation on Canadian national defence and security. 

Joelle’s professional experience includes a Policy Analyst internship with the Government of Alberta - Treasury Board and Finance Ministry. She also worked as REDEVELOP Challenge - Project Manager for the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC), as well as a Parliamentary Intern for a Member of Parliament.

Outside of law, Joelle enjoys downhill skiing, running along the Bow River, checking out Calgary’s craft breweries, and spending time with her twin sister’s dog – a goldendoodle named Blu. 

Joelle has been a member of the Canadian Bar Association since 2018.