Emily supports our clients as they work through the difficult process of litigating a loved one’s estate or trust . Her goal is to give our clients  peace of mind knowing that their legal affairs will be handled. She enjoys getting to the root of her clients’ legal challenges and examining their needs to help find an efficient and creative solution. Emily’s pragmatism and dedication to service translate through her professional and volunteer work, making her a natural fit for our estates and trusts practice.

Prior to law school, Emily graduated with distinction from McMaster University with a Bachelor of Commerce. The robust analytical and problem-solving skills, financial savvy, research, and negotiation capabilities developed over her academic career provide Emily with an excellent foundation for thriving in estate and trust litigation.

These attributes, combined with Emily’s strong work ethic, attention to detail, perseverance, and commitment to lifelong learning, make her a passionate and tenacious advocate for our clients.


Capacity and undue influence claims Executor and trustee compensation
Breach of fiduciary duty claims Passing of executor and trustee accounts
Wills variation claims Applications to have a document declared a will
Committeeship applications Unjust enrichment claims
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Awards & Distinctions
  • McMaster University, Summa cum laude graduate, 2019
  • McMaster University, Dean’s List, 2014 - 2019
  • John Deere HR Graduation Scholarship, McMaster University, 2019
Industry Involvement
  • Canadian Bar Association, member, 2024 – Present
  • Law Society of British Columbia, member, 2024 – Present
  • Call to Bar: 2024 (British Columbia)
  • Queen’s University, Juris Doctor (J.D.), 2023
  • University of Glasgow, Law Exchange Program, 2022
  • McMaster University, Bachelor of Commerce, 2019