Ondine was called to the British Columbia Bar in 2005. Her practice is strongly focused on criminal defence. Ondine had her own criminal law practice until 2006 when she joined Conroy and Company. She continued to focus on criminal law including appeal work and expanded her practice to include other areas of law, including prison law and associated administrative law areas. She also takes on civil cases with a particular focus on cases where police or other state actors have mistreated her clients. She became a partner at Grace, Snowdon and Terepocki in 2014.
Ondine has a proven interest in social justice and law reform and has long standing relationships with several non-profit organizations which focus on law reform and access to justice including Pivot Legal Society. She sits as a director on the Boards of West Coast Prison Justice Society and Positive Living Fraser Valley.
She has experience at all levels of the British Columbia Courts and has successfully represented clients charged with offences ranging from minor regulatory offences to the most serious Criminal Code Offences including murder. She has extensive experience with defending drug charges, gun charges, violent and property offences as well as white collar criminal offences.
Ondine lives with her husband in Abbotsford. She enjoys swimming, travel, reading good (and not so good) fiction and being outside enjoying our beautiful province.