Laura Beaudry
Articling Student

Laura Beaudry

Laura is Métis and Cree and a registered member of the Kapawe’no First Nation in Grouard, Alberta, where she was raised. Laura graduated from the UBC Faculty of Law in 2022, where she completed a Specialization in Aboriginal Law. After graduating from UBC, Laura worked as a policy analyst for the Union of BC Indian Chiefs, where she focused on political and legal matters of concern to First Nations governments in BC, including federal UNDRIP implementation, sex discrimination in the Indian Act, justice issues, and the mining, forestry, and labour sectors.

Laura is committed to youth mentorship, advancing social justice, and working with Indigenous nations to uphold their sovereignty, title and rights, and jurisdiction.


Laura joined Mandell Pinder LLP as an articling student in 2024.

J.D., University of British Columbia (2022)

B.A., Anthropology, University of British Columbia (2019)

Member, Canadian Bar Association

Member, Trial Lawyers Association of B.C.

Member, Indigenous Bar Association

Board Member, Urban Native Youth Association

Member, Expanding Our Vision Committee, BC Human Rights Tribunal

Board Member, West Coast Prison Justice Society

Member, Aboriginal Lawyers Forum, Canadian Bar Association

Section Representative, Provincial Council, Canadian Bar Association

Member, Indian Act Sex Discrimination Working Group

Member, Canadian Animal Law Study Group

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