Manjot is an associate with Dolden Wallace Folick. Her previous experience encompasses a wide range of practice areas including personal injury and motor vehicle accident law, commercial litigation, and employment law. She has appeared before the BC Provincial Court, BC Supreme Court, the Employment Standards Tribunal, and the Human Rights Tribunal.
Manjot received her B.A. from the University of British Columbia, and her J.D. from the University of Alberta. She was an active member of her law school community, serving as Editor-in-Chief of the student newspaper and Technical Director of the school variety show. Manjot was also employed as a research assistant for Landscapes of Injustice, a seven-year interdisciplinary research project, during law school. She received the Honourable Justice Cecilia Johnstone Equality Award in recognition of her law school and community involvement in 2015. Manjot continues to be involved in the community, and presently serves as a mentor to a high school student through the YWCA High School Mentorship Program.
Manjot is fluent in Punjabi.