Languages: French and English
Annike Flomen is currently an articling student at Woods, having completed her common law and civil law degrees at McGill University. Prior to her legal studies, Annike completed a Master of Arts in Political Science at the University of Toronto as well as a B.A. at McGill University.
Throughout her post-secondary education, Annike competed in debating tournaments in both French and English, earning many distinctions, including the title of French National Debating Champion of Canada. Being passionate about advocacy, she is eager to begin her practice in civil and commercial litigation, particularly in the field of class actions and private international law.
For several years, Annike has helped to lead the Fundraising Committee of the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal.
2016 McGill University, Faculty of Law
2012 University of Toronto, School of Graduate Studies
M.A. in Political Science
Interdisciplinary program in Ethnic, Immigration, and Pluralism Studies
2011 McGill University, Faculty of Arts
B.A. in Art History and Political Science