- 2018 – University of Victoria (BA)
- 2022 – Dalhousie University – Schulich School of Law
Meet Riley Sun, a passionate and detail-oriented articling student with a keen interest in intellectual property law.
Riley recently graduated law school at Dalhousie University. There she spent her last year working at the inito Law and Technology Clinic helping startups with their legal needs. She received the Roman Elster Innovation Award in Intellectual Property (awarded to a student who has a special interest in intellectual property and who intends to leverage this interest to create business opportunities).
With her focus on intellectual property law, Riley has worked with clients in diverse industries, including technology, media, and entertainment. What makes Riley stand out is her research skills and ability to provide in-depth legal analysis that helps clients protect and enforce their intellectual property rights.
As someone who enjoys working with creative people, Riley is committed to building strong relationships with their clients. She takes the time to understand their clients’ needs and goals, and work closely with them to develop legal strategies that are tailored to their unique situations. She is always eager to share her insights and knowledge with clients, and her dedication to helping them succeed is unwavering.
Beyond her legal expertise, Riley is also an active participant in the arts. She understands the importance of creativity and innovation in our community and is passionate about helping individuals and businesses protect their intellectual property rights so that they can continue to grow.
When she is not at work, you will find her in the dinosaur exhibit at the ROM.