I am extremely excited to be working at McMillan as an articling student, having gained such valuable experience as a summer student with the firm in 2019.

While earning my law degree at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, I greatly enjoyed participating in and contributing to an incredibly dynamic community. As a Pro Bono Students Canada volunteer, I was fortunate enough to be a radio host on CJAM 99.1 FM, the University of Windsor’s radio program run by students. I helped establish this new pro bono project at Windsor Law to facilitate discussion on the legal issues affecting Windsor and the surrounding area. In conducting interviews with professors and local practitioners on our radio show, I was able to meet people in the legal profession with various areas of expertise, and it has forever shaped the way I look at the practice of law. Academically, I feel very privileged to have been awarded a pass with distinction on the Windsor Law 1L Moot, and to be the recipient of the Judge Joseph P. McMahon Award, presented to the student with the highest grade in the area of access to justice.

Before joining McMillan, my previous work experiences included being a process server at a boutique personal injury firm, and a member of the business development team at a consulting group. Prior to law school, I completed an honours bachelor of arts degree in criminology and political science at Western University.

In my spare time, I enjoy being active and playing hockey. I also have a passion for travelling, and have been to Aruba, Italy, and Spain recently.