Dakota Bundy


 | Toronto

Dakota Bundy (she/her/hers) is an associate in the Business Law Group at Cassels. Dakota completed her JD at the Queen’s University Faculty of Law. Before law school, Dakota graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts with High Distinction, double-majoring in Political Science and Environmental Studies. Prior to joining Cassels as an associate, Dakota was both a summer and articling student with the firm.

While at Queen’s Law, she was an active member of the law school community as the Equity Co-Chair of Queen’s Women & Law, elected Vice-President of the 3L Council, and a Student Representative of the Moot Court Program. Dakota was also an oralist in the national Gale Cup Moot, in which she and her moot partner argued in front of three Supreme Court Justices and won second place overall. Upon graduating, she was awarded the Dean’s Key Award for being one of two graduating students who best embodied the values of Queen’s Law: community, collegiality, professionalism, service, exemplary commitment and responsibility towards legal studies, and academic achievement.

During her undergraduate degree, she was an Elected Member of the University of Toronto Governing Council and a mentor to Black youth through the Imani Mentorship Program.

In her spare time, she loves hiking, travelling, and watching classic movies.