Paige has a practice focused in tax law and estates and trusts. During her articles, she gained extensive experience in tax matters, providing support on tax-efficient corporate reorganizations, drafting checklists and documents, supporting general corporate transactional work and working with businesses to develop tax effective planning strategies. Paige also supported both individuals and corporate clients with estate planning matters, including pre-planning meetings, reviewing estates and drafting wills.
Fascinated by the complexities of the Canadian tax law system, Paige remains up-to-date on current legislation and applies problem solving to address client matters. She recently authored an article for Tax Hyperion relating to Canada v. Bank of Montreal, 2020 FCA 82. Paige works with the broader tax group to tackle complex problems effectively and efficiently.
Paige is a member of the Canadian Tax Foundation, the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. Outside of the office, Paige stays active by running, snowboarding, traveling and hiking trails with her golden retriever.
LLMT (Master of Law, Taxation), University of British Columbia (2019)
LL.B., University of Kent (2018)
B.B.A., Cape Breton University (2016)