“I know firsthand how valuable it is to have a knowledgeable, compassionate, and capable lawyer when facing a family law problem. I am committed to providing that counsel to my clients.”
Mary brings to her practice a passion for advocacy. Mary is simultaneously empathetic and pragmatic; she offers her clients realistic and thoughtful options tailored to their unique situations.
In law school, Mary and her partner won the regional trial advocacy competition, the McKelvey Cup, and represented the Atlantic region at the national competition in Ottawa. Mary achieved honours in the Criminal Law Clinic in her final year of law school and sat on the Dalhousie Student Union Judicial Board.
Pursuing her personal interests through Pro Bono Students Canada, Mary also researched and produced educational resources on how lawyers can better provide trauma-informed services to their clients.
When not in the office or courtroom, Mary relaxes through cooking, reading, and enjoying good music and board games with her family.