I recently graduated from the Faculty of Law at Queen’s University (Queen’s Law) and I am excited to be articling with McMillan. Throughout my 2019 summer with the firm, I gained invaluable mentorship and training, while working in a broad range of practice areas. I look forward to continuing to build on these experiences during my articles.

As an avid member of the Queen’s Law community, I was involved in various facets of student life. I co-founded the Queen’s Law Private Equity club, and served on the executive teams of the Queen’s Law Cancer Society, the Queen’s Corporate Law Club, and the Disability and Mental Health club. Within the community, I supported small businesses as a Pro Bono Students Canada volunteer, and volunteered as a student caseworker with the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic. In supporting the continued growth of Queen’s Law, I served as a student ambassador for prospective students, and as a student member of the faculty’s Admissions and Alumni Relations committees. During my studies, I also worked three part-time jobs, and was the recipient of the Insolvency Institute of Canada Prize in Insolvency Studies and the Queen’s Law Prize in Insolvency Restructuring.

Prior to law school, I obtained a bachelor of commerce (honours) from Queen’s University, Smith School of Business and a Queen’s Option in piano performance from the Dan School of Music and Drama. During this time, I was fortunate to spend a semester on exchange at Sciences Po in Paris.

Outside of the office, I enjoy cheering on the Vancouver Canucks, trying out new recipes, and practising yoga.