Kayla moved to Ottawa from London, Ontario in 2012 to study at the University of Ottawa and completed her Bachelors’ Degree in Social Sciences – Minor in Criminology.

After that, she gained practical experience studying at Algonquin College and graduated in 2020 with a Law Clerk diploma.  During her studies, Kayla volunteered extensively in the foot patrol and safety community.

Kayla enjoys spending time finding the best places to eat in the Capital Region. She enjoys cycling on the city’s vast bike path system in the summertime and loves to explore the downtown area surrounding the office. She is a self-proclaimed video game nerd, too, and likes to frequent the semi-annual Ottawa Geek Market held in Nepean for new (and old) games! 


Katarina Arizanovic

Law Clerk


Kayla Sym


Justin Clory

Law Student


Justin is in their final year at the University of Ottawa in the English Common Law program. They work on a variety of matters, from employment to privacy to financing transactions.

Before moving to Ottawa, Justin graduated with Honours from the University of Prince Edward Island with a Bachelor of Political Science.  While at UPEI, Justin held various roles across campus, such as being elected to the Student Union and a founding member of the only queer advocacy group on campus. Justin brings their passion for advocacy and highlighting the struggle that minority members of society face in the Disrobed Podcast.

During their studies, Justin worked in varying roles for Prince Edward Island’s Legislature, in the Third Party and Clerk’s office, and Elections Prince Edward Island during the plebiscite on electoral reform.When not working or studying for law school, Justin leads the Ottawa chapter of Start Proud, focusing on breaking down barriers to employment for LGBTQ+ persons by creating networking opportunities for students and young professionals.