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Nyrie's practice focuses on litigation in all areas of intellectual property, with extensive experience in patents and trademarks.
Nyrie graduated from the Faculty of Law at Western University with a focus on Intellectual Property, Information and Technology Law. She holds a Doctor of Philosophy in Immunology from the University of Toronto. Nyrie conducted her doctoral research at SickKids Hospital, which was focused on the relationship between the microbiome and immunity, as well as immune checkpoint inhibitors. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts and Sciences from McGill University.
While at law school, Nyrie was extensively involved in moots, winning the Cherniak Cup trial advocacy competition, and later competing in the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Cup. She also won the Legate and Associates Medical Malpractice Moot and was runner-up in the Torys LLP Negotiation Competition and the BLG Client Consultation Competition. In her second year, she represented Western at the Harold G. Fox Intellectual Property Moot, where she was a semi-finalist and was awarded Best Respondent Factum. Nyrie is also the recipient of the 2021 Harte Law Award, awarded for academic merit and aptitude for health law.
Prior to being an associate, Nyrie was an articling student with the firm.