I am delighted to return to McMillan as an articling student. I look forward to learning from experts at the firm and the opportunity to work in a dynamic team.

I recently graduated from the Juris Doctor program at the University of Windsor. While obtaining my J.D., I competed in the Canadian Client Consultation Competition, where my partner and I placed second. I have acted as a clinician at Community Legal Aid Windsor and the Transnational Environmental Law and Policy Clinic. During law school, I volunteered as a legal researcher with Pro Bono Students Canada, where I provided estate planning information for adults with developmental disabilities. I have also acted as an editor for the Women and Law Publication, as well as a mentor to first year female students.

Prior to law school, I attended the University of British Columbia and obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Classical, Near Eastern, Religious Studies. I was the president of the UBC Pre-Law Society and volunteered for Girls on the Run Canada. My interest in law was reaffirmed while studying international law during a semester at the Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin.

In my free time, I enjoy taking advantage of the west coast surroundings. In the summer, I am often road biking and hiking, whereas in the winter I am often skiing and snowshoeing. I am an avid traveller and look forward to exploring more countries in the near future.


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Proposed Changes to the Promotional Activity Disclosure Requirements: Instrument 51-519

An overview of the proposed Instrument 51-519 from the BC Securities Commission on promotional activity disclosure requirements.

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Jun 30, 2021