I am thrilled to be completing my articles with McMillan after an amazing summer with the firm in 2019. I enjoy conducting interesting research and delivering presentations on current topics of the law, and continue to benefit tremendously from the mentorship of lawyers in various practice areas, the support of our helpful staff and my friendships with fellow students.

I obtained my juris doctor from the University of Victoria (UVic) after transferring from the University of Windsor. While in law school, I volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and Community Legal Aid. Upon transferring to UVic, I founded the First Generation Network (FGN) on the west coast. As president of FGN, I sought to reduce barriers for students who were also first in their families to attend post-secondary education. In my final year, I was fortunate to serve on the admissions committee and the law journal editorial board.

I obtained my BA from the University of British Columbia where I received the Irving K. Barber One World Scholarship for strong academic achievement and community involvement. Prior to law school and between studies, I enjoyed a brief career as a flight attendant and worked at WorkSafeBC.

Outside of work, I am a director of the Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers (FACL) British Columbia chapter, and the outreach officer for the Canadian Bar Association National Law Students Section. In my spare time, I like to attend spin class, travel to new destinations, and admire the beautiful paintings on display at the firm!