Aliki Yorgiadis is an associate with the firm Hicks Adams LLP. Aliki received her Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa in 2010, focusing her studies in the area of criminal law. During her legal studies at the University of Ottawa, Aliki was President of the Criminal Law Students’ Association, and worked as part of the University of Ottawa Innocence Project. In 2010, Aliki was selected to compete on behalf of the University of Ottawa in the Arnup Cup, an annual provincial criminal trial advocacy competition. After placing second in Ontario, she competed at the Sopinka Cup, the national trial advocacy competition finals. Aliki also completed two internships as a judicial clerk at the Ontario Court of Justice. Prior to law school, she received her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and Law and Society from York University in 2007. Aliki summered and completed her articles at Hicks Adams LLP and joined the firm as an associate after being called to the Bar in 2011.