Olivia McKenzie practices predominantly in the area of Business Law with an emphasis on information technology and privacy. She is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and the University of Toronto.
Olivia is an associate in the Firm's Information Technology Group. During articling, Olivia assisted with a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, software-as-a-service transactions and regulatory privacy and access to information work.
Olivia is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School where she was awarded Top Oralist for the Lerner’s Cup Moot. Prior to law school, Olivia obtained a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto, where she graduated with High Distinction. She was also on the Dean’s List for all four years of her studies, and was awarded the Queen Elizabeth Aiming for the Top Scholarship Award. Olivia was the Secretary and Treasurer for the Osgoode Society for Corporate Governance, an Editor and Writer for the IPlogue (Osgoode’s intellectual property and technology law blog), and an Academic Advisor with Osgoode's Black Law Students Association.
Olivia spent her fall semester of third year on exchange at the University of Amsterdam. In her third year, Olivia was also a 3L Representative for the Osgoode Business Law Society as well as a judge in the annual Osgoode Cup Moot. In her final semester at law school, Olivia completed an independent research paper on the intersection of Privacy Rights and Freedom of Expression after being inspired by a project she completed on the Right to be Forgotten with Osgoode’s journalist in residence.
Olivia likes learning about West Indian history, listening to 90s music, going for brunch and travelling
Olivia summered at the Firm in 2017 and was seconded to Distributel.