Rebecca’s practice is focused on corporate and business law, particularly in the areas of corporate finance, securities and intellectual property. She has been involved in general corporate and securities matters, providing support for public offerings, private placements and continuous disclosure obligations.
Rebecca also has experience in the startup and technology sectors, advising on incorporations, restructuring transactions and other corporate matters. Her experience extends to intellectual property, including copyright infringement and registering trademarks. Rebecca continues to act for public and private companies, startups and not-for-profit organizations.
While in law school, Rebecca was on the Dean’s List and received a number of awards and scholarships, including the Schulich Scholarship, the Gowling WLG Law and Technology Prize, the W.S. O’Hara Prize and the Clifford Rae Achievement Award. In her final year, Rebecca also completed a clerkship at the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.
Rebecca is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. In her spare time, she pursues her love of music, whether playing the piano or violin, and enjoys travelling and hiking. Contributing to the community, Rebecca continues to volunteer for ISANS during its SupperNOVA Community Potlucks, and has done so for over 10 years.
J.D., Dalhousie University (2019)
B.Mus., Memorial University of Newfoundland (2015)