Helen Schweitzer is an Associate in the firm’s Toronto office who focuses her practice on corporate law, privacy, and tax law. She began her legal career at Dickinson Wright as a summer law student in 2021. Prior to joining Dickinson Wright, she worked in a neuroendocrinology research laboratory and in employee and family assistance at a large human resources and technology company.
Queen’s UniversityJ.D., 2022
Bader International Study CentreCertificate, International Business Law
University of British ColumbiaB.S., Biology and Psychology, 2017
Co-Author, "A Bridge Too Far: Liability in Ontario for Intrusion Upon Seclusion Limited,” All Things Canada Blog, March 2023
Co-Author, “Brace Yourself – Quebec’s Bill 96 Proposes Substantial Changes to French Language Laws,” Dickinson Wright All Things Canada Blog, June 2021
Tomm, R. J., Tse, M. T., Tobiansky, D. J., Schweitzer, H. R., Soma, K. K., & Floresco, S. B. (2018). Effects of aging on executive functioning and mesocorticolimbic dopamine markers in male Fischer 344 × brown Norway rats. Neurobiology of aging, 72, 134–146.
Tomm, R. J., Seib, D. R., Kachkovski, G. V., Schweitzer, H. R., Tobiansky, D. J., Floresco, S. B., & Soma, K. K. (2022). Androgen synthesis inhibition increases behavioural flexibility and mPFC tyrosine hydroxylase in gonadectomized male rats. Journal of neuroendocrinology, 34(6), e13128.