- Nova Scotia – Prospective, 2020
- University of Victoria – Bachelor of Arts Degree – 2014
- Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University – Juris Doctorate – 2019
- Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society
- Pictou County Barristers’ Society
- Canadian Bar Association
As an articled clerk, Natasha enjoys the variety and quality of experience she gains working with the lawyers at Mac, Mac & Mac. Under the supervision of her principal, Donn Fraser, she is learning the ins and outs of civil litigation through researching, drafting, meeting with clients, and attending court. She enjoys developing her knowledge and skills by assisting lawyers in different legal areas, and has appeared before the Small Claims Court of Nova Scotia.
Natasha earned her law degree at the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University. While a student, she participated in the clinical law program at Dalhousie Legal Aid Service. There, she engaged directly with clients and provided services primarily in the areas of family, youth criminal, and administrative law. She also represented clients in the Supreme Court (Family Division) and Provincial Court under the supervision of senior lawyers. During her final year of law school, Natasha represented the Schulich School of Law at the Kawaskimhon Aboriginal Law Moot, a multi-party negotiation exercise with participants from law schools across Canada.
Natasha joined Mac, Mac & Mac as a research assistant during her final year of law school. She is excited to be taking the next step in her legal career as an articled clerk with the firm. She and her partner look forward to what the future holds for them in Pictou County.Share on Facebook