After being called to the Ontario Bar in 2005, Jennifer practiced law at a Toronto office of an International Law Firm for several years. Her practice was initially focused on business and community issues related to energy generation and distribution all across Ontario.
Jennifer moved to Bruce County in 2008 and joined Bruce Power’s Law Department, continuing her career in business and corporate matters. Jennifer ended her Bruce Power career in a role in the Supply Chain Division where she provided advice on strategy, negotiation, drafting and implementation of high level contracts for equipment, services and human resources needed by Bruce Power. In her role as a Department Manager, her and her team created standard tools and metrics to increase efficiency and effectiveness within her Department.
In 2021 Jennifer left Bruce Power to go back to private practice to support clients in Grey and Bruce Counties and now uses the skills she developed in previous legal roles to provide advice on matters related to family issues such as separations, divorces, or cohabitation agreements, as well as, corporate/business, real estate, wills and estates and municipal law matters.
Jennifer is currently a Board Member for both the Saugeen Memorial Hospital Foundation and the United Way of Bruce Grey.
In Collaborative Practice, you commit to:
1. Negotiate a mutually acceptable settlement without having courts decide issues.
2. Maintain open communication and information sharing.
3. Create shared solutions acknowledging the highest priorities of all.