Alicia Czarnowskiis a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law. She completed her law degree at the same institution, where she received the McCarthy Tetrault LLP Second Year Prize for highest standing in the JD Program, as well as the Osgoode Society Prize for Canadian Legal History, awarded to the top 10 graduating students. Alicia went on to clerk for Justice Fothergill at the Federal Court of Canada, before returning to her formal studies. Alicia's research focuses on health law, with a particular interest in assisted human reproduction. Alicia's LLM examined how Canadian Blood Services could serve as a model for pan-Canadian governance of reproductive technologies. Her current research employs empirical methods to better understand the role of surrogacy consultants in Canada.
Faculty of Law
University of Ottawa