I was born in Cape Town, South Africa, but grew up in Victoria. I completed my honours undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Victoria. I enjoyed my time at UVic so much that I went back for law school. While there, I served as the Treasurer for the International Human Rights Law Association and competed in the British Columbia Law Schools Competitive Moot.
After completing my Juris Doctor, I articled at The Law Centre in Victoria, where I gained experience as a litigator in civil, administrative, and human rights law. After articling, I worked as an adjudicator for RoadSafetyBC, where I conducted hearings and independently wrote legally binding decisions on reviews of Immediate Roadside Prohibitions.
Currently, my practice concentrates on personal injury litigation. I also support clients with human rights cases, small claims, and other civil litigation and administrative law matters. I take the time to appreciate my clients’ unique circumstances, which better enables me to vigorously defend their interests, whether in the context of a settlement or trial.
In my spare time, I enjoy playing boardgames, walking around Elk Lake, and competing with my team in an annual international scavenger hunt.
Call to the Bar
British Columbia Bar, 2018
Areas of Practice