Meghan is a Partner in our St. John’s office with a practice specializing in immigration law. She represents clients on a variety of Canadian immigration issues, ranging from individuals seeking temporary resident visas, study permits, work permits and permanent residency, to large corporations seeking labour market impact assessments and work permits to hire foreign workers. Meghan has extensive experience with obtaining work permits under the International Mobility Program and other international agreements, including NAFTA and GATS.
Meghan is a member of the Law Society of Newfoundland and Labrador and the Canadian Bar Association. She is the current Chair of the CBA-NL Citizenship and Immigration Section, where she also participates in submission drafting and editing in conjunction with the CBA for new developments in immigration law. In addition to her daily practice, Meghan is involved with the firm’s pro bono program, offering immigration legal services to individuals in need.
Well respected in her practice area, Meghan frequently writes legal knowledge pieces on new developments in immigration legislation and policy, and regularly provides updates for the Atlantic Province chapters of Thomson Reuters® Practical Guide to Provincial Nominee Programs in Canadian Immigration Law.
LL.B., University of New Brunswick (2010)
B.A., Memorial University of Newfoundland (2006)
- Newfoundland & Labrador (2011)