Laura is a corporate/commercial lawyer in Toronto with a reputation for performing quality work and innovative thinking. As a member of the firm’s Emerging Technology group, Laura advises clients regarding formation, governance, financings, acquisitions, exits, and commercial contracts.
Laura first became a member of the firm as a student in 2007. She has participated in three secondments during her time at Fasken. In 2007, she spent one month as a summer student at the Ontario Telemedicine Network. In 2010, she participated in a six-month secondment to Ford Credit Canada Limited where she worked with its general counsel on a variety of legal matters. From October 2017 to March 2020, Laura was seconded to the firm’s innovation team where she played a pivotal role in its growth.
Laura has acted as a consulting editor for LexisNexis' annual consolidations of the Canada Business Corporations Act and the Business Corporations Act (Ontario). She is active in the legal knowledge management community in Toronto.
Prior to law school, Laura spent time as a computer lab trainer for faculty/staff at Humber College, a computer science lab instructor at the University of Waterloo and a software project coordinator at BlackBerry. These roles kindled her interest in mentorship, organization and efficiency.