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Bridget received her Juris Doctor from Western Law in 2018. Prior to entering law school, Bridget received her Honours Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Criminology from Western University.  While in law school, Bridget completed an internship in alternative dispute resolution through the Dispute Resolution Centre, which allowed her to mediate disputes in the community. In her final year, Bridget was employed as the Family Law Project Coordinator. She volunteered as a Staff Editor of the Western Journal of Legal Studies, with a Family Court Support Worker to support victims of domestic violence through the family court process and was a Caseworker at Community Legal Services. Outside of her academic life, Bridget was the President of the school’s wine society, In Vino Veritas. In her spare time, Bridget can be found with her wheaten terrier or planning her next scuba diving vacation.

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If you have been named in a Continuing Power of Attorney for Property as an attorney for property (“attorney”), or have appointed an attorney for property to make decisions on your behalf (meaning you are a “grantor”), it is important that you understand the duties of an attorney for property. It is not particularly easy…

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David Mills has seen his fair share of badly drafted wills. David says the legal profession’s fondness for one of the world’s historical languages often causes problems for testators and their beneficiaries. Mills says two Latin phrases: per stirpes and per capita; frequently appear in wills but their use can trip up both lawyers and non-lawyers alike. Read about why…

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