Eleanor Wilson
Articling Student, Toronto


Phone: 416.593.5514
Fax: 416.591.1690
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  • McGill University, B.Sc. (Chemistry), 2011; thesis titled Constructing thermoresponsive dendrimers using combined Cu(I)-catalyzed alkyne-azide cycloaddition and Diels-Alder “click” chemistry
  • Northwestern University, M.S. (Chemistry), 2014; thesis titled Formation of Hetero[3]Rotaxanes by a Dynamic Component-Swapping Strategy
  • University of Toronto, J.D., 2018

Eleanor Wilson is an articling student in our Toronto office. She has recently completed her Juris Doctor at the University of Toronto.

Prior to studying law, Eleanor completed her B.Sc. in Chemistry at McGill University, where she graduated with first class honours and was awarded the Anachemia Prize in Chemistry for high performance in the research project course. She interned at Henkel in Germany through a DAAD RISE professional scholarship and obtained her M.S. from Northwestern University, where she performed and published research in nanotechnology under the supervision of Fraser Stoddart.

While in law school she volunteered in family law for Pro Bono Students Canada, coached high school students for mock trials and completed a semester of an international LL.M. program at Université Jean Moulin (Lyon III).


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