Shemay is developing a diverse practice with a focus on estate litigation and planning. She has appeared before the Supreme Court of British Columbia, and has assisted with trials in both the Supreme Court of British Columbia and British Columbia Court of Appeal.
Shemay obtained her J.D. at Thompson Rivers University in 2022, where she received the Dean’s Course Prize for Civil Procedure. As a law student, Shemay worked at the British Columbia College of Nurses and Midwives and volunteered at the Thompson Rivers University Community Legal Clinic. She has also been acknowledged as an editor in the Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law’s “Democratic Decay: Challenges for Constitutionalism and the Rule of Law” (2021).
Prior to law school, Shemay worked as a research assistant at McGill University’s Gerald Bronfman Department of Oncology for two years. During that time, her data management has been acknowledged in several publications. Before joining Mackenzie Fujisawa, Shemay articled at one of Canada’s leading litigation firms, as well as a family law firm in Vancouver.
She is fluent in English and Cantonese, and has a limited working proficiency in Mandarin.