Megan’s practice is concentrated primarily in the areas of civil litigation, administrative law, labour and employment law and human rights law. Megan has experience dealing with legal issues in a broad range of areas including negligence, contractual disputes, environmental law, human rights complaint processes, terminations and wrongful dismissal litigation.
Megan was a summer student at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP in 2012 and 2013 and returned as an articling student in 2014. Megan joined the firm as an associate in 2015.
J.D., University of Manitoba, 2014
B.Sc. (maj.), University of Manitoba, 2011
Hon. Archibald S. Dewar Award for Advocacy, 2013
Participant in the Solomon Greenberg Moot, 2013
Top 3 Finalist in the Robson Hall Second Year Advocacy Competition, 2013
Pitblado Scholar, Faculty of Law Dean’s Honour List, 2011-2012
D’Arcy and Deacon Entrance Scholarship, 2011
Volunteer, Legal Help Centre, 2014-Present
Manitoba Law Students Association, Graduation Committee Chair, 2013-2014
Pro Bono Students Canada, Volunteer, 2011-2013
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