The injustice that personal injury victims and disabled people can face attracted me to this area of practice. I am passionate about helping others, and personal injury and disability law allows me to advocate for people at what can be their darkest times. I completed my articles at McKenzie Lake Lawyers, and am proud to be part of this team.
I completed my undergraduate studies at Western University in Political Science, and was honoured to attend Osgoode Hall Law School to complete my Juris Doctor degree. I had the opportunity at Osgoode to participate in the Feminist Advocacy Clinical Program, with clinical work conducted at the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, which provides advocacy and legal services for women who have experienced violence. Through my education at Osgoode, and my life experiences, I have learned that kindness, compassion, and fairness are the foundation of a strong community, and they are values that I strive to instill in my practice.
I am a passionate animal advocate and vegan, and know that small changes in perspective can lead to fundamental shifts in thinking. When thinking about any problem, legal or otherwise, perspective matters, and getting an effective result requires creative thinking.
In my spare time, I enjoy being out in nature, bird watching and hiking. I love trees, and feel that you can never have too many. I also currently foster abandoned or injured cats while they wait for permanent homes, and assist with wildlife needing rehab. I have many of my own pets, all of whom are rescues.
- Canadian Bar Association
- Ontario Bar Association
- Middlesex Law Association
education and year of call
- Year of Call: 2019
- Juris Doctor, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2018
- Honours Baccalaureate of Arts in Political Science, Western University, 2013