Nancy is a governing member of the Law Society of British Columbia. She is the first woman elected to that position in Nanaimo County. She was appointed as Queen's Counsel. She has also served as a full term governor of the Law Foundation of British Columbia. Nancy has been a lecturer at Royal Roads University and at the University of Victoria Law school where she has most recently been a sessional instructor teaching the Family Law course.
Nancy has been certified as a family law mediator and arbitrator by the Law Society of British Columbia and she is offering these services to our clients.
Originally from Ontario, she has degrees from the University of Waterloo, the University of Windsor and York University’s Osgoode Hall where she obtained her Master of Laws. She was called to the Bar in Ontario and earned membership in the Law Society of Upper Canada. Her practice includes a strong family law focus plus matters dealing with estates and planning.
As a federal prosecutor in Windsor, Ontario, she dealt with a number of matters including customs and immigration which coincided with her previous career culminating in her position as a Canada Customs Intelligence Officer.
She is an active sports enthusiast, a lifetime member of the British Columbia SPCA, an amateur archaeology buff and an accomplished international traveller.