Michela Fiorido

Class of 2013-2014

Michela Fiorido is a Lawyer at Harris & Company LLP (“Harris”) in Vancouver. The core focus of Michela’s practice concerns a variety of legal issues pertaining to the entertainment and performing arts sectors. She frequently advises and represents clients in relation to employment law, human rights law, and privacy law.

Prior to attending law school Fiorido obtained a Bachelor of Arts in 2010 from Kwantlen Polytechnic University and a Master of Arts from the University of the Fraser Valley in 2012. She also obtained a Graduate Diploma in Business Administration from Simon Fraser University in 2013 and a Certificate in Intellectual Property Licensing from York University in 2017.

Fiorido graduated with the JD class of 2014 from the Peter A. Allard School of Law. While at law school she was a member of the Sport, Entertainment, and Law Society (SEALS), the Hockey Arbitration Competition, and BC Sport Legal. She also worked as a Security Professional for Canucks Sports & Entertainment while completing her JD. Upon graduation she articled at Harris before being called to the BC Bar in 2015.

Fiorido is actively involved in her local legal community. She is a member of the Sports Lawyers Association as well as an Executive with Start Proud Vancouver, the Hoop-Law Society, and the Media and Communications Section of CBA National Entertainment.

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