Lisa Scheulderman is an Associate in our Municipal Law group.
Lisa provides advice to municipalities in eastern Ontario on a variety of land use planning and development issues. She completed a Bachelor of Commerce at McGill University and spent several years working in corporate banking at a large Canadian bank before attending law school at Queen’s University in 2015. During law school, Lisa was a peer tutor and an oralist on the first-place team at the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Canadian National Rounds.
Lisa summered, articled and worked at a leading downtown Toronto law firm with a focus on administrative law and other litigation matters before deciding to continue her career in Kingston. Today, Lisa can be found appearing before the Local Planning Appeal Tribunal and Ontario courts regarding planning and administrative law matters.
Lisa’s work has been published in the Canadian Competition Law Review and presented at the Annual National Forum on Administrative Law and Practice. She has also been a presenter at the Kingston and the 1000 Islands Legal Conference.
When she’s not at work, Lisa enjoys exploring all that Kingston has to offer with friends and family.