Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) is delighted to welcome Miranda Grayson back from the Supreme Court of Canada. Miranda began her career at TDS as a summer student in 2014. She articled with the firm and was called to the Manitoba Bar in 2016. Miranda then clerked for the Honourable Justice Russell Brown of the Supreme Court of Canada for two years. She returned to TDS as an associate in September of 2018. She practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and labour and employment.
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