Amrita’s practice focuses on litigation in all areas of intellectual property, including patents, trademarks, copyright, confidential information and trade secrets.
She is very active in the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) and is currently an elected representative for Toronto on the OBA Council, the Chair for the Information Technology and Intellectual Property section executive, and the Vice-Chair of the Women Lawyers Forum section executive. She is also the co-Chair of OBA Law Day, and a member of the OBA’s Membership and Pro Bono Committees.
Amrita is also the Vice-Chair of the Intellectual Property Institute of Canada's (IPIC) Litigation committee, and is on IPIC’s Women in IP and Young Practitioners committees. In addition, she is actively engaged in diversity and inclusion initiatives and outreach, and chairs the firm's Diversity & Inclusion Committee. She mentors students through the annual OJEN mock trial, and the McGill Law Women of Colour Collective, and junior lawyers through the OBA and IPIC.
She is the Secretary of the Canadian Bar Association's (CBA) Intellectual Property section, on the Federal Court's IP Users Committee, and is a member of the CBA Patent and Industrial Design Committee. Amrita is also an active member of the Advocates' Society and Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG), and an elected member of Queen’s University Council.
Amrita has appeared as an expert witness in intellectual property law before the Canadian Federal government, and currently works with and advises the government on other intellectual property issues. She is the 2021 recipient of the Queen’s University Law School Dan Soberman Outstanding Young Alumni Award for early career success, and has also been short-listed for the 2021 Practitioner of the Year (Trademarks) by Managing Intellectual Property, named as a 2021 IP Star in Trademarks by Managing Intellectual Property, and recognized as a Lexology Legal Influencer. While attending law school, Amrita was a first place oralist and second place factum winner. Prior to joining Marks & Clerk, she was an articling student and associate with a highly ranked Canadian IP firm, and summered in-house with a multinational branded pharmaceutical company.