I am thrilled to be working at McMillan as an articling student. I thoroughly enjoyed my summer at the firm in 2019, and I am fortunate for the opportunity to build on that experience.

I recently obtained my juris doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School, where I was engaged in a number of opportunities and initiatives. While at Osgoode, I greatly enjoyed participating in competitive moots and serving as a judge in the Osgoode Cup Moot. I volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada to provide legal information and support to women navigating the family court system. In the summer after my first year, I was a caseworker at the Parkdale Community Legal Clinic. There, I assisted individuals with their legal needs by conducting legal research and engaging in written advocacy work.

Prior to law school, I completed my undergraduate studies at Brock University where I attained an honours bachelor of arts and bachelor of education in mathematics. At Brock, I was involved in organizing and facilitating a number of literacy, math and science workshops.

Outside of work, I enjoy spin, travelling and cooking.

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