Practice Areas: Personal Injury
Heather was born and raised in Windsor. She completed her undergraduate and law degrees at the University of Windsor where she was the recipient of the Chancellor Jackman Scholarship. While in law school, Heather was the Program Coordinator of Pro Bono Students Canada where she assisted local non-profit organizations with accessing legal services. She was also a student representative on the Faculty of Law’s Admission’s Committee. She then summered and completed her articles at Greg Monforton and Partners and has been with the firm ever since.
Heather is a frequent contributor to the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association blog and a member of the Executive Committee of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario. She also acts as the Coordinator of the firm’s Student Program.
Contact me at (866) 320-4770
Memberships, Appointments & Associations
- The Advocates’ Society
- Law Society of Ontario
- Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
- Essex Law Association
- Chancellor Jackman Scholarship, University of Windsor, 2007-2011
- Queen Elizabeth II Aiming for the Top Scholarship, 2007-2011
- Margaret S. Matteson Memorial Scholarship for the highest grade in Canadian Social History, 2010
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- Law Society of Ontario, 2017
- Ontario Superior Court of Justice and Ontario Court of Appeal, 2017
- University of Windsor (Faculty of Law), 2016 J.D.
- University of Windsor (Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences), 2011 B.A.(Hons.)
- Past Member of the Faculty of Law’s Admissions Committee
- Mentor, Faculty of Law’s Peer Mentorship Program
- Past Program Coordinator, Pro Bono Students Canada
- Past Volunteer, Pro Bono Students Canada
- Past Volunteer for the Ontario Public Interest Research Group
- Past Volunteer for the Windsor-Essex Humane Society
Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Blogs
- Fees in the Ontario No-Fault Regime: A Broken System
- Participant vs Litigation Experts: Do You Know Who is in Your Corner?
- The Effect of Excluded Driver Endorsements
- Parental Liability: When Can a Parent be Found Negligent for their Child’s Injuries?
- Liability Waivers: Can You Still Sue?
- Driving Without a License: Can I Still Sue?