Annie Legate-Wolfe is an Associate Lawyer in the Aboriginal Law, Class Action and Litigation and Dispute Resolution Law Groups at HARRISON PENSA™. Annie’s practice is primarily focused on Plaintiff Class Action Litigation that focuses on investigation, case development and strategic drafting at all stages of a class action file. She provides legal advice to individuals, consumers, bands and public interest groups regarding their statutory, constitutional and common-law rights.
Annie attended the University of Guelph for International Development: Environment and Development before returning to London to obtain her law degree from Western Law with a concentration on social justice. Annie was a Student Supervisor at Community Legal Services and volunteered with the clinic during the three years of her law degree. She is currently a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Middlesex Law Association, South West Region Women’s Law Association (SWRLA) and the Ontario Bar Association.
As a Londoner, Annie is growing her indigenous law practice on Treaty 6 territory and the traditional lands of the Haudenosaunee, Attawandaron, Wendat and Anishinaabek people. She spends her free time exploring the traditional lands and waters of the Chippewas of Mnjikaning, Chippewas of Beausoleil, Magnetawan First Nation, and Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. When she is not serving her clients, you can find Annie jogging with her dog or working in her garden, at home and on the farm. She likes to be surrounded by the natural environment as much as possible.