Flora was born in Hungary, Europe and moved to Canada in 1996. She earned an Honours Degree in Biomedical Science with a Major in Political Science (Great Distinction) from the University of Ottawa, where she also completed law school. During university, Flora served as a Page in the House of Commons and was the recipient of several awards, including the Rector’s Merit Scholarship and the Borden Ladner Gervais LLP Research Fellowship.
During law school, Flora was an intern at the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly in Toronto where she provided legal representation for low income seniors. She conducted extensive research in the areas of government law and conflicts of interest and received the Beament Green Prize in Trial Advocacy.
After graduating from law school in 2011, Flora spent a year clerking for Justices of the Supreme Court of British Columbia in both Vancouver and New Westminster. She enjoyed articling at the Ministry of Justice of British Columbia where she gained experience in civil litigation, solicitors’ work as well as criminal prosecution.
Flora joined the firm as an associate after relocating with her family to Grande Prairie in 2013. She is a member of Canadian Bar Association and volunteers with the Grande Prairie Legal Guidance Program to assist low income members of the community with the legal issues.
Flora enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, camping and traveling.
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