Chelsea obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature (Minor in Theatre Arts) from UNB and later earned Masters of Arts Degrees from both Dalhousie University (English Literature) and the University of Guelph (Drama) before obtaining her Juris Doctor from Dalhousie University in May of 2012. She was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in September of 2013. While at UNB she was inducted into the Sir Howard Douglas Society for outstanding community service and academic achievement.
During her time at law school, Chelsea worked with Habitat for Humanity in New Orleans and taught English in Peru. She was co-President of the Health Law Students’ Association. Chelsea also spent a semester at Dalhousie Legal Aid in Halifax, and has appeared in the Provincial Court and the Court of Queen’s Bench of New Brunswick, as well as the Provincial Court in Nova Scotia. She is presently on the Board of Directors of the Elizabeth Frye Society and the Family Resource Centre. Chelsea has joined Gorman Nason as an Associate where she will be focusing her practice in the litigation and family law areas.