Tiffany  maintains  a broad litigation practice that includes civil litigation, administrative/regulatory law and criminal law. She is particularly interested in intellectual property law, environmental law and corporate/commercial litigation. Tiffany has appeared as counsel or co-counsel before the Ontario Court of Justice, the Ontario Superior Court and the Divisional Court on a wide range of matters.

Tiffany was called the bar in 2014 and joined Stockwoods in 2015, after serving as a law clerk to Justices Simmons, Cronk and Juriansz at the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Tiffany also summered and articled at a full-service regional law firm, where she worked on a variety of civil, commercial and administrative law matters.

Tiffany obtained her JD from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University, where she was the recipient of a number of academic awards, including the Schulich Scholarship in Law. She also holds a B.A. (Hons) from Queen’s University and an M.A. from University of Alberta.

While at law school, Tiffany competed in the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Competition and was awarded the Leonard A. Kitz Prize in Advocacy for her participation in the Smith Shield Moot. She acted as peer educator for the Indigenous Blacks and Mi’kmaq Initiative and served as a student researcher at the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.

  • Co-author with Brian Gover, “Withdrawing as Counsel of Record -- Not as Simple as it Sounds: Use of the Supreme Court of Canada’s Decision in R. v. Cunningham by Administrative Tribunals in Requests to Withdraw as Counsel of Record” – Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice, September 2016.
  • Co-Contributor, Canadian Legal Practice, A Guide for the 21st Century.
Bar Admissions
  • Ontario
  • Nova Scotia 
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Toronto Lawyers' Association
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