About Nakita

Nakita practices in the areas of Aboriginal law, labour and employment, and corporate law. Her Aboriginal law practice involves creating and amending policies to improve governance and streamline processes to reflect the unique needs and priorities of First Nation clients. Nakita’s corporate experience includes guiding local businesses, in collaboration with tax experts, through corporate reorganizations, as well as providing general advice.

In the area of labour and employment, Nakita advises clients with respect to a range of issues, including employment rights, terminations, workplace investigations and workforce planning. She also has experience providing advice on real estate and estate planning matters.

Nakita takes a personalized approach to the practice of law. She strives to protect her clients’ interests in any matter, taking the time to listen, provide updates and seek feedback.

Outside of the office, Nakita can often be found seeking adventure, whether traveling, exercising or finding beautiful views to photograph. She is an enthusiastic cook and baker, and enjoys completing DIY projects in her home.


  • Member, Nova Scotia Barrister’s Society
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association


    • J.D., Université de Moncton (2018)
    • B.Sc. (Hons., Biology), Université de Moncton (2015)

    Bar Admissions

    • Nova Scotia (2019)


    • English
    • French