Lynne Westerhof is a charity and not-for-profit law associate based in Toronto and working out of the Orangeville office. Her practice focusses on the areas of charity and not-for-profit law, including tax law, charitable status applications, corporate governance matters, legal risk management, and counter-terrorism financing law as it applies to the provision of humanitarian aid. Lynne stays at the forefront of recent developments in charity and not-for-profit law by assisting with Carter’s knowledge management, research, and publications division.

Lynne articled with Carters Professional Corporation from 2021 to 2022 and returned to the firm as an associate following her call to the Ontario Bar in June 2022. As an articling student, Lynne assisted the firm’s partners with research, document drafting, and transactional matters. She also wrote for Carters’ Charity & NFP Law Update.

In 2021, Lynne received her Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto. She also holds a BA from the University of British Columbia in English (Language Specialization).

Education & Call To The Bar
   
 
  • B.A., University of British Columbia
  • J.D., University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, 2021
  • Ontario Bar, 2022
Publications
   
 
By Terrance S. Carter, Theresa L.M. Man and Lynne M. Westerhof. Charity & NFP Law Bulletin No. 518, Dec 7, 2022.
By Terrance S. Carter. Jacqueline M. Demczur and Lynne Westerhof. Charity & NFP Law Bulletin No. 516, Sept 29, 2022.