Here at MG Law, I have focused my practice to medical malpractice and personal injury claims. I am particularly committed to supporting victims of medical malpractice and therefore complete all medical malpractice intake screenings for MG Law. I am also dedicated to assisting members of our community who have been seriously injured as a result of motor vehicle collisions, and/or slip, trip and fall accidents.
I first joined MG Law as a litigation and research assistant while completing the Certification of Qualification from the National Committee on Accreditation of the Law Societies of Canada. I then joined MG Law as an Articling Student during which time I conducted a number of client intakes, prepared various legal documents, attended numerous Examinations for Discovery, Examinations Under Oath and Mediations, as well as appearing before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Prior to my legal studies at the University of Surrey in England, I completed the Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences at the University of Ottawa. I took an array of courses designed to give me a broad base of scientific knowledge, an ability to conduct and assess research, as well as an appreciation for public health care and
policy making. It is through my multidisciplinary studies that my interest in medical and health law was sparked.
Working with the public and in team settings has helped me be sensitive to the value of others’ opinions and ideas. I’ve also honed my diplomacy and resourcefulness, and developed creative problem solving tactics. My dedication to the field of law, my interest in health, my ample research experience and consistent application of evidence based principles, and my ability to thrive autonomously, are all skills that I apply in my day-to-day work at MG Law.
Hailing from a small French community, I am fluently bilingual and am pleased to serve my clients in both French and English. I am also a proud member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA), the County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA), and the American Association for Justice (AAJ).