Jill represents a full range of clients with a practice that includes labour and employment law, and appearances before labour and administrative tribunals, grievance arbitrators and professional regulatory bodies.
As a member of the Nova Scotia Election Commission, Jill is involved in advising the Chief Electoral Officer on the administrative conduct of elections in Nova Scotia.
Jill worked as a staff lawyer at the Grey Bruce Community Legal Clinic in Owen Sound, Ontario before joining Pink Larkin. She represented clients in disability benefit and income assistance appeals and landlord-tenant matters. Jill completed her articles with the Income Security Advocacy Centre and Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario in Toronto.
While at law school, Jill served as a Senior Editor of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and a volunteer at Downtown Legal Services, the law school’s community legal clinic. Jill received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Philosophy from Dalhousie University, where she was a member of the executive of the Dalhousie Student Union.
Jill is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers and the Canadian Bar Association.