I was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015 after completing my Juris Doctor at Osgoode Hall Law School and Honours Bachelor of Science at University of Toronto. Prior to joining BolandHowe LLP, I articled and summered at an intellectual property firm where I practiced in the area of pharmaceutical patent litigation.
As an undergraduate student, I studied neuroscience, physiology and psychology. Outside the classroom, I assisted two medical research teams at Toronto hospitals, one of which focused on lung transplant research. As a law student, I gravitated towards advocacy competitions, such as the Hockey Arbitration Competition of Canada.
For me, the practice of personal injury law is the perfect intersection of my interest in medicine and my passion for advocacy. At BolandHowe, I leverage my education in the medical sciences to craft compelling arguments on behalf of our clients.