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Tiffany obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Psychology and Juris Doctor from the University of Western Ontario. During her time at Western Law, Tiffany volunteered as an Associate Case Worker for Community Legal Services, providing pro-bono representation and legal advice to members of the London community on a wide variety of matters. Tiffany also worked as a research assistant to four professors at the Faculty of Law. She is cited for her work in the publication, Promise and Perils of the International Right to Human Property 47 U. Pac. L. Rev 169 (2016).  Further, Tiffany served on the executive committee of the Student Alumni Association and was the President of the Business Law Society.

Tiffany organized and competed in several written and oral advocacy competitions. Notably, she was a chief organizer of the Harrison Pensa LLP Contract Drafting Competition and a semi-finalist in the Torys LLP Negotiation Competition.

Prior to joining the firm, Tiffany articled at an Insurance Litigation Boutique in Toronto. As a result of Tiffany’s experience representing insurers as well as individuals, she has a unique understanding of both sides of a personal injury file and is well positioned to help clients in the pursuit of their claim. Tiffany has successfully appeared before judges and masters at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Small Claims Court.

Tiffany is an active member of the Toronto Lawyers Association and Young Women in Law organization.

Blog Posts

The Current Law on Liability Waivers in Ontario: Through the Lens of Schnarr v Blue Mountain Resorts Ltd.
Evicting a Tenant Due to Pet Allergies