Emily’s practice focuses on civil litigation, including acting as counsel for businesses and individuals in commercial disputes and labour and employment matters. She can assist with contract and lease disputes, environmental litigation, and other civil matters, such as claims for negligence and unjust enrichment. Emily regularly represents clients in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court and in Small Claims Court. Providing empathetic and practical advice, Emily addresses the legal issues faced by her clients and considers the realities of their circumstances.
In addition to her litigation practice, Emily advises clients on environmental law matters, including navigating environmental regulations, contaminated sites, and environmental assessments. By guiding clients through these complex processes, Emily helps clients foresee and avoid difficulties before they arise.
- Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society
- Canadian Bar Association
- Board member, Living Earth Council (2020-present)
- Facilitator and planning committee member, “Plug in: Community Renewable Energy Forum” (2019-2020)
- Founding member, Colchester Clean Up Group (2020-present)
- Restorative Justice Facilitator, Community Justice Society, Halifax, NS (2017- 2019)
- Planning Committee Member, IdeaLaw 2018 (2016-2019)
- Member, Refugee Advocacy Association of Dalhousie (2016-2019)
- Bar Admission: Nova Scotia, 2021
- J.D. (Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University, 2020)
- Honours International Relations (Mount Allison University, 2016)