Articling Student

Clare Murphy




Clare earned her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University, Faculty of Law in 2020. During Law School, she served as a member on the admissions committee, equity committee and volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada.  While at Law School, Clare volunteered weekly with Queen’s Literacy Outreach as a Circle Leader at a local women’s shelter in Kingston, Ontario. Additionally, she worked as a teaching assistant for the undergraduate Introduction to Canadian Law course and as a student caseworker at the Queen’s Family Law Clinic.

Clare joined Farris in 2019 as a summer articling student before returning as an articling student in 2020. Before law school, Clare completed her Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University and graduated with a double major in English Literature and History.  After completing her undergraduate degree Clare accepted a teaching position with the Japanese government for a national English learning and cultural exchange program (JET Program).  Clare taught English in two Junior High Schools and nine Elementary Schools in Kumamoto City, Japan.

Clare is an avid traveller, novice scuba diver and dog lover.