Natasha has a general litigation practice, focused in insurance defence, class actions and alternative dispute resolution. Her practice also extends to labour and employment, administrative law and regulation of professions. During her articles and summer terms with the firm, she provided support on a range of litigation matters, including those heard before small claims court and the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. Natasha drafted arguments in matters of summary judgement pertaining to product liability, breach of contract, negligence and limitations of actions. She also attended discoveries and arbitrations, and was involved in a professional disciplinary hearing.
Applying her background in the service industry and energy sectors, Natasha works to find common ground with clients to establish a strong working relationship. She strives to develop a thorough understanding of each client’s needs at the outset of a matter.
Natasha is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and the Canadian Bar Association. Outside of work, Natasha is an avid reader and writer, and also enjoys playing guitar and listening to podcasts. She is an animal lover with several of her own and is heavily involved with a local animal rescue.
J.D., Schulich School of Law (2019)
B.A., University of Calgary (2012)