Nancy began her career at Niagara College as a full time professor in the Law Clerk Program in 1995. She has been the Coordinator of the Program since 2012. Nancy is certified by the College in hybrid teaching and was a member of the College’s Research Ethics Board for several years. In her faculty role Nancy primarily teaches Litigation, Estates, Family and Corporate Law courses and focuses on both substantive and procedural practices in her curriculum development.
She completed the Law Society of Upper Canada Bar Admission Course at Osgoode Hall and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1990.
Prior to commencing her teaching career at Niagara, Nancy practiced law for several years in Toronto and the Niagara Region focusing primarily in the areas of Family, Estates and Real Estate Law. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Welland County Law Association. As a long-time resident of Niagara, Nancy has held executive and membership positions with several community organizations.
- Law Society of Upper Canada Bar Admission Course
- Law Degree - Juris Doctor (University of Ottawa)
- Honours Bachelor of Arts (University of Western Ontario)