Alanna Crouse is a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Law. There, she earned a Juris Doctor (JD) as well as a Bachelor of Civil Law (BCL). Prior to law school, Alanna earned a Bachelor of Science from Queen’s University and a Master’s of Science in Human Genetics from McGill University. A passion for civil liberties and anti-discrimination work fueled her transition from science to law.
While in law school, Alanna developed a keen interest in litigation as the Vice-President of the McGill Law Mooting Association and by competing in the Gale Cup Moot. She also volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and was an editor for the McGill Journal of Law and Health.
Outside of the Faculty of Law, Alanna worked as a research assistant with the Centre of Genomics and Policy where she collaborated on national projects and policies surrounding healthcare. She also co-wrote the first Sexual Assault Policy for the McGill University’s Post-Graduate Student Society and sat on the Post-Graduate Student Society Equity Committee.