Rilla is an Associate on the Business Litigation team. Her primary areas of practice are Civil Litigation, Business Litigation, Construction Litigation and Public Law Litigation. As part of her practice, Rilla acts for companies and individuals on contract disputes, tort claims, lien actions, small claims, and collections matters.
During Rilla’s time at law school, she served a term as Co-Director of the legal clinic Innocence McGill, and represented students subject to the university’s disciplinary proceedings as a Student Advocate with McGill University’s Student Advocacy Program. Rilla is a past board member of the Halifax Music Co-op, and currently serves on the board of the Nova Scotia Masterworks Awards Foundation.
Having stepped out of the competitive boxing ring, Rilla still hits the heavy bag when she has the chance and has recently taken up Olympic weightlifting in her spare time.
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