Background & Experience
Maggie’s previous career in government sparked her interest in labour rights. She became a shop steward, a role she held for several years before starting law school.
During law school, Maggie was the president of several law student clubs, including the UVic Labour and Employment Law Club. Maggie became a Program Coordinator of the UVic Law Branch of Pro Bono Students Canada for the 2015-2016 term, creating, implementing and overseeing over thirty discreet pro bono projects benefitting community organizations in Victoria, BC. She was also a Submissions Manager for UVic’s law journal Appeal: Review of Current Law and Law Reform for Volume 19.
Maggie has volunteered for the Together Against Poverty Society assisting in litigation preparation, Correctional Services Canada performing offender reintegration work, and has served on numerous boards of directors in her community. She has also worked with animal welfare organizations, performing a spectrum of volunteer roles all the way from foster care to legal research.