Amélie Aikman first began at the Human Rights Commission in May 2015 as a law student. She has since worked in the roles of articling student, investigator and acting lawyer. In these roles, she investigates and analyzes complaints submitted to the commission. She has also experience in mediating complaints.
Amélie was called to the New Brunswick Bar in June 2017. She has experience as a workers’ advocate, where she represented individuals before the Workers’ Compensation Appeals Tribunal. Amélie holds a degree in linguistics from Memorial University of Newfoundland and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of New Brunswick.
Amélie lives in the Saint John area with her husband Grant and their two energetic labs.