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I focus my practice on Employment, Labour, and Human Rights Law, while also functioning as an active member of the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Environmental Law groups. I graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2020 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2021.

I have a passion for helping employers and employees with their litigation needs at any level of court or tribunal. I also pride myself on supporting employers and executive employees with the review of their employment contracts, compensation packages, and workplace policies with the goal of avoiding unnecessary future litigation. Additionally, I am actively building my Provincial Offences Act defence practice; and am happily assisting senior management employees, and employers, through their workplace investigations. My investigation guidance includes provincially controlled workplaces subject to the Employment Standards Act and Occupational Health and Safety Act; federal domains subject to the Canada Labour Code; and, specialized agencies, such as those subject to the Police Services Act. To enhance my employment practice, I enjoy writing on labour and employment law issues regularly.

My general civil litigation practice includes, but is not limited to, business disputes, construction litigation, and landlord and tenant law. This includes representing clients who are defending against or commencing professional negligence claims.

Before legal practice, I worked as a chef for over 15 years, and subsequently worked as a social worker. The skills I amassed in my past careers have allowed me to practice law in an efficient and effective manner, while not wavering on client care or quality of work. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time outdoors with my family, travelling the world, and revisiting my love for the culinary arts. Additionally, I continue to stay active in Ottawa’s non-profit community on the board of directors for the CrackUp Comedy Festival, and through volunteering with Carleton University’s Job Shadow/Student Mentorship Program.