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Natalie graduated from Dalhousie law school in 2012, and was called to the bar in June, 2013. Natalie was interested in becoming a lawyer from a young age, intending to use the designation to help others, and to be able to understand how the world works and can be changed, through the law. Her interest in law is always growing through what she learns about peoples’ needs, hardships, and rights, and how those are affected by the law.
Natalie was born in Halifax and grew up in Nova Scotia. After graduating from Armbrae Academy, she pursued a professional degree in Public Relations at Mount Saint Vincent University. The cooperative program incorporated work terms, through which Natalie gained a diversity of professional experience and contacts. Her positions included communications officer roles at Communications Nova Scotia, Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada, and as coordinator for the Atlantic Journalism Awards.
Natalie maintains an interest in public relations, especially as it interacts with legal issues. In 2009, Natalie graduated with Honours in a degree in Public Relations. After graduating from law school, Natalie articled at Wickwire Holm in Halifax.
Natalie maintains a role in organizing the Atlantic Journalism Awards, and is the Vice President of the The Friends of Gilda’s Society Nova Scotia. Her legal practice covers the majority of areas as listed in Our Services, with a specific passion for Aboriginal Law, and the rights and future of First Nations in Canada. She also offers services in relation to communications, specifically in the areas in which communication and legal issues intersect.
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