Victoria Di Felice is an articling student of the firm. She practises in the areas of intellectual property and information technology law.
Throughout her legal studies, Victoria has been recognized for her contribution to legal research. She was awarded the Rosen Sunshine LLP Award for a paper she wrote identifying gaps in Canada’s Genetic Non-Discrimination Act (GNDA). During her first year at law school, Victoria also completed her Master of Science in Management at Ted Rogers School of Management, specializing in Law and Business. Her thesis focused on U.S. and Canadian based direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies’ compliance with the ‘Accuracy Principle’ in Canada’s federal privacy legislation, the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). Victoria was awarded the Best Thesis Award in her graduating year and was selected to present her research in the 2022 Global Meeting on Law and Society in Lisbon. Victoria presented her research among legal scholars around the world in a session focusing on access to health: basic rights, technology, and consumer protection.
During her final year of law school, Victoria developed content for a module on how to effectively commercialize intellectual property as part of the Advanced Intellectual Property Curriculum for the Province of Ontario’s Intellectual Property Action Plan.
Prior to law school and completing her Master's, Victoria completed her Honours Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences at McMaster University.