With over a decade of litigation experience, Anjalika has argued cases in all three levels of court in British Columbia and before administrative tribunals, such as the British Columbia Securities Commission. Anjalika began her career in criminal law, articling at a leading defence boutique in Vancouver. Following her articles, she remained with the firm as an associate after which she formed her own practice specializing in criminal and administrative law. Her developing expertise in administrative law led her to accept a position with a provincial regulatory body, where she litigated cases before a three-member tribunal and drafted legislation and policy. Anjalika joined Maurice Law as an associate in 2019.
In law school, Anjalika focused on administrative, criminal and aboriginal law and was a member of the Kawaskimhon moot team.
Education & Professional Memberships
• Law Society of British Columbia (2009)
• J.D., University of Toronto (2008)
• Honours BSc., Biochemistry, Queen’s University (2004)