“The most important reason for going from one place to another is to see what’s in between” - Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth
Eliza is a member of our Civil Litigation service area. Eliza also works with members of the Administrative Law, Family Law, and Insurance Law groups.
Eliza graduated from the Schulich School of Law (Dalhousie University), where she received the Justice R. N. Pugsley Trial Award, McKelvey Cup - Best Cross Examination, and the Robert E. Bamford Memorial Award for academic excellence and commitment to the law school. During law school, Eliza was the Editor-in-Chief of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies and President of the Weldon Literary Moot Society, responsible for such notable theatrical productions as The Trial of Frankenstein and The Trial of Robin Hood.
Outside of work, Eliza enjoys reading military history and attempting to improve her admittedly mediocre drawing and sewing skills.
• Canadian Bar Association
• Nova Scotia Barristers’ Association
• Bachelor of Arts (Honours), McGill University, 2014
• Master of Arts, Wilfrid Laurier University, 2016
• J.D., Schulich School of Law, 2022
• “Lost: Heritage Stock: The Heritage Property Act and Heritage Conservation in Downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia,” Dalhousie Law Journal, Spring 2023
• “The Suicide Clause,” Canadian Military History, Spring 2020
• “A Bloody Sweater and a Pair of Dentures,” Nursing Clio, September 2019