Florence spent several years designing and implementing large-scale Enterprise Resource Planning solutions for clients in the manufacturing, education, and transportation industries, specializing in all stages of the data lifecycle (e.g., collection – use – disposal) in Oracle PeopleSoft systems. Given this background, Florence gravitated toward the intersection of law and technology in law school. She researched Big Data, behavioural marketing, and copyright issues as an intern at the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic. After graduation, she furthered her studies in civil law and obtained a master’s degree in Information Technology Law at the University of Montreal. At the University’s Cyberjustice Laboratory, she researched smart contracts, limitations of associative Machine Learning, and the use of causality modelling in legal analysis. Florence aspires to serve the firm’s clients in both her technical and legal capacities.
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