Katie Glowach listen


Katie* is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght. She attended Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law. As a born problem solver, Katie unreservedly confronts§ complex legal issues. She is fully committed to devoting the highest level of diligence and attention to detail to each and every task she undertakes. Katie seeks out challenges and strives to continuously expand her areas of legal expertise. As such, she has earned academic accolades in a broad range of legal subjects including oral advocacy, equity and trusts, tax law, constitutional law, and administrative law. .



Katie Glowach

is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Katie’s developing litigation practice spans a broad range of areas including commercial litigation, public law and professional liability matters. Prior to being called to the Bar, Katie was a summer and articling student at Lenczner Slaght.

Katie completed her JD at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law, graduating on the Dean’s List. Katie was the recipient of several scholarships and prizes, including: the Frank Covert Memorial Scholarship for academic excellence and speaking skills, the Arthur R. Moreira, QC Memorial Prize in Equity and Trusts, the Nathalie Goyette Prize in Tax Law, and the Robert E. Bamford Memorial Award, awarded upon graduation to the student who best combines academic excellence with a commitment to the law school community.

During her studies at Dalhousie she competed in the 2019 Laskin Moot in Canadian administrative and constitutional law, where her team placed first in written advocacy. Additionally, she completed a semester-long placement at the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, and served as Co-Chair for the Dalhousie OUTLaw Society.

Katie also holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University in Computing Information Systems and Finance. Prior to attending law school, Katie worked for the Government of the Northwest Territories in various systems analysis and process improvement roles.

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • The Advocates’ Society

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