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Robyn Schleihauf is a lawyer based in Halifax, Nova Scotia with experience working for a professional regulator at the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society. She also has experience working in private practice, community legal aid clinics, and government.
Robyn launched her own practice in the summer of 2020.
Robyn is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and serves on the Law Reform Committee. She worked as a Pro Bono lawyer for the North Preston Land Pro Bono Initiative and was successful in assisting her clients to gain title to their land. She continues to advocate to government to meet its obligations with respect to land titles in African Nova Scotian Communities, along with her colleague, Angela Simmonds.
Robyn is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School (2015), where she received the Cassels Brock & Blackwell Award for Professionalism and the Ian Scott Public Interest Internship Award. For her internship, she worked at a Community Legal Aid Clinic for the Baamseeda program, along with the Indigenous legal coordinator, providing legal assistance to Indigenous communities and individuals.
In her free time, Robyn enjoys yoga, running, and reading, as well as spending time with friends and family. Robyn is in recovery and offers peer support to those who are struggling with addiction. She also writes creative non-fiction and personal essays. You can find out more about her work using the link below.