Susan Rawlings grew up in North Edmonton and has always lived in Edmonton. Her parents were in the health care industry and when Susan was young, she decided to complete her Bachelors of Science Degree in Medical Laboratory Science. She worked in the laboratory industry for 9 years when she made the switch to law. Originally, her decision to become a lawyer was completely idealistic and she wanted to save the environment. Once she went to law school, she decided she wanted to immerse herself in Aboriginal issues. Susan can relate to the Aboriginal community because her Mother has a Cree and Metis background. When she started to practice law in 2012, she quickly learned that the best way to really help people was to practice family law. She works hard to keep conflict low to minimize the stress that people experience during what can be the hardest time of their lives. She practices in a child focused manner with ethics at the forefront.
On a personal level, Susan loves camping in the summer and skiing in the Winter. She has been to Spain five times and intends to go back several more times. When she is at home, she tries to watch as much trashy television as possible before her partner tells her to change the channel. She loves spending time with friends and family as much as possible while she is not working.
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