As a member of the Wills, Trusts and Estates and Litigation departments, Lauren Flam’s practice is varied but firmly tethered in negotiating and advocating for clients implicated in complex disputes.
Having completed her stage under the tutelage of Marilyn Piccini Roy, Ad. E., Lauren is well-versed in estates, trusts and regimes of protective supervision. She is particularly interested by estate matters involving issues of private international law and the validity or interpretation of wills and testamentary trusts.
Lauren is also developing a diverse litigation practice, having been involved in a wide range of civil and commercial litigation matters, including shareholder disputes, contractual disputes and debt recovery actions.
Lauren joined RSS as a law student in 2016 and was called to the Bar as an attorney in 2018.
Lord Reading Society
Publications and Conferences
“‘Not a Case about a Mere Referral’: Reflections on Salomon v. Matte-Thompson”, (2020) 39 ETPJ 330
Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.), University of Montréal, 2017
Bachelor in philosophy and cultural studies with distinction, McGill University, 2014
Call to Bar