Caitlin Carpe is a Licensed Paralegal of the Law Society of Upper Canada and is a Director at George Brown Professional Corporation.
She received her B.A. with Honours from Brock University in 2013 with a degree in Political Science.
Following university, she enrolled in the post-graduate Paralegal Studies program at Centennial College where she graduated with honours in 2014. Caitlin was heavily involved in extracurricular activities at Centennial. She sat as Secretary of the Centennial College Legal Society and was a team member of the Centennial College Mock Trial Team. Her team competed in the Durham College Mock Trial Competition and placed second overall for their litigation skills.
Caitlin is on the ad Hoc committee for the development of Humber College’s 1-year Paralegal Certificate program. She looks forward to continuing to provide access to justice within her scope of practice and assisting aspiring legal professionals gain entry and participate in the field of law. Caitlin hopes to bring awareness to the paralegal profession and make her mark in its continued advancement.
Outside of the office, Caitlin enjoys figure skating. She previously figure skated for Brock University’s Varsity Team and is currently on the Whitby Ice Fyre Adult 1 Synchronized Skating Team. She also enjoys reading, going to the ballet, going to new restaurants, and spending time with family and friends.