L.M. Landry J.D.
L.M. Landry’s practice focuses on criminal law, toxicological issues, constitutional Charter issues and search and police power issues.
In 1989 she first worked in a criminal law office as a co-operative education student and was hooked. She was offered early acceptance to Dalhousie Law School in Halifax which she commenced at the ripe old age of 20, and has enjoyed the study and practice of law ever since. Ms. Landry currently teaches courses in law and evidence and is studying toward obtaining her LL.M. (master’s degree in law) in addition to maintaining a private practice. Ms. Landry has practised both as private defence counsel and as a prosecutor with the Ministry of the Attorney General.
Call to the Bar, Ontario, 1997
O.P.D. LL.M. Program (specialization in criminal law), York University, 2013 - present
LL.B., Dalhousie University Law School, granted May 1995, converted to J.D. 2011
University of Waterloo, 1990 – 1992