After completing her articles in Ontario, Michelle went on to practice in a boutique construction law firm in downtown Toronto.
Michelle joined Field Law as a lawyer in 2010, where she has practiced as an advocate for hundreds of former residential school students, pursuant to the well-known Indian Residential School Settlement.
Currently, Michelle continues to practice in the areas of class action and general litigation.
Maritime Law Book Prize in Professional Responsibility
Edmonton Bar Association Scholarship for Demonstrated Community Service
Student Legal Services of Alberta
Criminal Law Case Worker
2004 - 2005
Radio Program Host
Elder Advocates of Alberta Society v Alberta, 2018 ABQB 37
Nico van der Smit v. Alberta Milk, S2004/04/0007, Human Rights Panels of Alberta
Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA) Member 2012-Present
Canadian Bar Association Member 2008-Present
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