Monick practices law in Ottawa, Ontario at Grenier Law, and often works in association with other counsel. She focuses on Civil Litigation (personal injury, breach of contract, other), including matters before the Ontario and Superior Courts of Justice, Small Claims Court and Administrative Tribunals. She also has a Criminal Defence and provincial offences practice. She offers full representation and Limited Scope Retainers, where appropriate.

Monick articled in Toronto, prior to being called to the Ontario Bar in 2012. During law school, Monick completed Osgoode’s renowned Aboriginal Intensive program. She was active in the student community and was an Executive Member of two student groups (Osgoode Christian Legal Fellowship and the Indigenous Students’ Association).

For 20 years prior to being called to the bar, Monick held various support capacities in the legal field.Before completing her JD at Osgoode Hall Law School, Monick obtained a Master of Divinity at Tyndale Seminary in Toronto in 2006, and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from Carleton University in Ottawa in 1998. Monick taught English in Seoul, South Korea for one year following her undergrad. In her spare time, she is a part time student at the University of Ottawa studying Quebec civil law (LL.L).

Monick promotes access to justice and considers the law a ministry of service to her clients and the justice system. Monick brings a passion for the law and advocating for her clients. Monick values the application of wisdom in managing every case and in exploring satisfactory resolutions, if available, that are suitable to her clients’ needs and desires.

Monick is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, County of Carleton Law Association, Christian Legal Fellowship, Defence Counsel Association of Ottawa, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, and Métis Nation of Ontario.