During law school, Rebecca was vice-president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, she mentored students under the Women’s Legal Mentorship Program, and she was hired for the university’s prestigious technology law internship, where she researched administrative law and procedure and helped assemble a database of every tariff-setting procedure before the Copyright Board of Canada.
Rebecca started with Ross and McBride LLP as a summer student and then articled with the firm, before joining as an associate. Her practice area services both organization and business clients with incorporations, charitable registrations, reorganizations, amalgamations, mergers, dissolutions, corporate governance, director and member disputes, commercial leases, intellectual property, as well as general business agreements. Rebecca also helps her clients plan for after they pass away. Her corporate work complements her estate planning for clients with organization or business needs.
In February 2020 Rebecca successfully completed an intensive entertainment law course at Osgoode Hall Law School. As such, she is now welcoming clients in the entertainment industry.
When Rebecca isn’t working, you can find her on walks with her weimaraner, in a yoga class, and spending time with her family and friends.