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I am delighted to be working at McMillan as an articling student in 2020. Spending my 2019 summer with McMillan provided me with exposure to real estate, corporate, financial services, capital markets and tax matters. I am grateful for the opportunity to build on my prior experiences.

I recently graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law, obtaining a JD with distinction. While earning my law degree, I greatly enjoyed participating in several of the faculty’s extracurricular pursuits. I volunteered as a peer mentor through the Women’s Legal Mentorship Program, and served as a teaching assistant for a dispute resolution and professional responsibility course. As an executive member of All Sorts of Torts, I helped organize charity runs and hosted panel discussions with industry leaders.

In the summer following my first year, I worked at a boutique law firm as part of the civil litigation group. There, I gained experience on a variety of matters, including contractual, commercial, estate and real estate issues. Since 2016, I have been working as an Ontario real estate salesperson, developing a passion for and commitment to client service. Prior to law school, I obtained a bachelor of business administration from Wilfrid Laurier University, specializing in insurance and risk management, and marketing. During my studies, I was actively involved with the student community.

In my free time, I enjoy maintaining an active lifestyle, travelling, seeing musicals, and spending time with family and friends.


Insights by Maya Provad (2 Posts)

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Best practices for commercial landlords facing tenant insolvencies (adapted to the Province of Québec)

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Best Practices for Commercial Landlords Facing Tenant Insolvencies

Many commercial landlords are increasingly alarmed that COVID-19 may cause a surge in tenant bankruptcies or restructurings.

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Feb 4, 2021