Alyssa Clutterbuck is an associate in the Municipal Law Practice Group with a focus on municipal law and land-use planning.
Prior to joining WeirFoulds, Alyssa practised as a litigation associate at a business law firm in Toronto where she appeared before the LPAT on appeals under the Planning Act and before the Divisional Court on applications for judicial review of LPAT decisions.
Alyssa has experience drafting legal opinions for municipalities in Peel and York Regions and has advised clients defending prosecution by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks for alleged breaches of the Environmental Protection Act.
In her free time Alyssa enjoys long distance running, yoga, listening to podcasts, gardening and nature walks.
Called to the Bar
- Ontario (2017)
- B.C.L./L.L.B., McGill University, 2016
- M.A., African and African-American Studies, Cornell University, 2011
- B.A. (Honours), McGill University, 2008
- “When Vavilov Makes Judicial Review More Difficult: Findings of Fact in a Statutory Appeal”, Canadian Bar Association: Administrative Law Section, April 27, 2020
- “Rethinking Baker: A Critical Race Feminist Theory of Disability”, 20 Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform 51, 2015