Meg earned her law degree from the University of New Brunswick.
Meg worked for Miller Thomson as a summer student in 2021 and is excited to come back for articles.
During law school, Meg was employed as an Indigenous Engagement Officer for the New Brunswick Nature Trust, a charitable organization. While there, she worked closely with Indigenous groups in the province, developing modern and unique methods to incorporate Indigenous communities in the protection and stewardship of their traditional territories. During her time at the Nature Trust, Meg worked on legal research, policy development, and had the opportunity to travel to Indigenous Communities in New Brunswick, engage with Elders and various other community members to learn more about environmental sustainability and Indigenous systems.
Meg received her undergrad from the University of Guelph where she earned an Honours Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in psychology.
In her free time, Meg loves being outside and enjoys hiking, exploring beaches, and attending concerts.
- J.D., University of New Brunswick, 2022
- BA (with distinction), University of Guelph, 2018
- Volunteer, Special Olympics Baseball, 2018-2019