Flavia is an articling student at Polley Faith, where she summered both preceding years. She obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor. During law school, she was engaged as a caseworker at the Class Action Clinic, a research associate at the Centre for Cities, and was actively involved with the Canadian Environmental Law Association. Flavia mooted in the Jessup International Moot Court Competition, which she currently coaches. She has received awards for her written advocacy.
Prior to law school, Flavia worked in the non-profit sector, including as project manager for an initiative addressing labour trafficking in Ontario. She studied Politics at Queen’s University and the University of Constance, in Germany. She enjoys languages and performance art and has participated in works staged at the Tate Modern (London) and Musée d’Art Contemporain (Montreal).