Nora graduated with distinction from Queen's University with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology in 2013. She holds both a Canadian and an American J.D. from the University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law and Michigan State University, College of Law, which were awarded in 2017. After articling with ZTGH, she was called to the bar in 2018 and returned as an associate.
Nora's practice focuses on tort and accident benefits cases involving motor vehicle accidents, as well as estate litigation issues. Nora prides herself on her strong advocacy skills and her dedication to her clients' needs.
Nora has appeared regularly before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. While articling, she assisted with an arbitration proceeding before the Financial Services Commission of Ontario as well as in-person hearings before the Licence Appeal Tribunal.
During law school, Nora was awarded Jurisprudence Achievement Awards, awarded to the highest achieving student, in Administrative Law, Advertising Law, Regulating Environmental Risk, and for her work in the Investor Advocacy Clinic. In her final year in law school, Nora interned at the United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Enforcement branch, where she enhanced her advocacy and litigation skills.
Outside the office, Nora enjoys playing basketball, travelling around the world, and trying different cuisines.