Nadine is developing a civil litigation practice, with a particular focus on health law, public law, and privacy matters.
Nadine summered and articled at BLG where she gained wide advocacy experience through a high conflict trial, administrative hearings, motions and examinations for discovery.
During law school, she participated in various moots and received the 4th best oralist award in the national Laskin Moot and 1st place oralist award in the French Gowling moot. She was a caseworker at the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic and the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) where she gained practical legal experience.
She is actively involved in the community and received the first Richard Wagner Access to Justice award for her commitment to pro bono work in 2019. She also served as an executive co-chair at the University of Ottawa’s women mentorship program.
She is fluent in English, French and Arabic.