Abigail is a thoughtful, detail-oriented advocate. Abigail approaches workplaces as communities. She offers practical, strategic advice to help build and shape workplace culture and applies her creativity and problem solving abilities to resolve workplace disputes. Her practice focuses on labour, human rights and employment law. Abigail is passionate about working to make the legal profession more inclusive, diverse and equitable, and is honoured to serve as the Advisory Director and Past President of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (BC) Society.
Abigail earned her law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, and holds a BA in Political Science and Ethnicity, Race and Migration from Yale University. Before joining Harris, Abigail taught at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, clerked for six justices of the British Columbia Supreme Court and worked as an associate at a national law firm in Vancouver.