As a first-year law student at Osgoode Hall, Brittany took her first estates course as an elective. The complex financial and interpersonal issues often at the heart of these matters became of great interest to Brittany and led her to seek out every other course offered at her law school in estates, capacity and trust law.
Following law school, Brittany joined a respected commercial litigation boutique in downtown Toronto as an articling student and returned as a litigation associate. In this role, she gained extensive litigation and dispute resolution experience in a wide variety of areas, including real estate, employment, construction, contractual and shareholder disputes. Brittany regularly advocated for clients in Small Claims Court, the Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court and at various tribunals.
As a litigator, Brittany has acted for clients ranging from individuals to Fortune 500 companies. Through this experience, she has gained a deep appreciation for the varying goals, needs and backgrounds of her clients. Brittany brings this philosophy in applying a sensitive, reasoned and client-centred approach to her practice.
Brittany holds an Honours Specialization in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario. In 2018, she attended an eight-week course to obtain a certificate in Advanced Civil Litigation from the Toronto Lawyer’s Association.
When not in the office, Brittany enjoys cooking, spending time with her family and exploring Ontario’s wine country.