Dulcie is experienced in the areas of civil and criminal litigation with an emphasis on Class Action litigation, Employment law, and Constitutional law including Aboriginal rights and title. Dulcie has worked on a number of matters before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, the British Columbia Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Dulcie has worked on complex Class Actions which have included numerous appeals from certification, final settlement resulting in claims administration and investigation of individual claims.
Dulcie has a strong knowledge of employment law and has a cautious and considered approach in her advice.
Dulcie can advise employee clients with regards to issues regarding resignations, termination of employment, severance pay, wrongful dismissal, disability and accommodation, harassment, discrimination, contract review and negotiation, and general employment advice.
Dulcie can advise employer clients with regards to issues such as obligations under the Employment Standards Act, contract drafting, best practices, policies, complaints, performance management, and terminations.
Dulcie obtained her Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB, with Honours) in London, England in 2012; and a Masters of Common Law degree (LLMCL) from the University of British Columbia in 2021.
Dulcie has volunteered for organizations such as Amici Curiae, in which she provided pro-bono legal services to clinics such as the Battered Women Support Services and to class members in the 60’s scoop class action.
Dulcie enjoys travelling, hiking, field hockey, tennis, cycling, skiing and reading.
If you would like to discuss your legal matter with Dulcie, please send an email enquiry to [email protected] to arrange a free 20-minute consultation.