Natasha Love

Natasha Love

Articling Student

Practice highlights

Biography

Natasha joined Thomson Rogers as a summer student in 2021 and has returned to the firm as an articling student. Natasha recently graduated from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University where, in recognition of her academic achievements, she was awarded the W.R. Lederman Memorial Bursary as well as the Canadian Bar Association Scholarship. Prior to law school, Natasha graduated from Brock University with an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Criminology.

In her final year of law school, Natasha completed a semester working at the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic. While at the Legal Aid Clinic, Natasha advocated on behalf of her clients at various courts across Nova Scotia on a variety of family and criminal matters.

Natasha is passionate about areas of law wherein she can assist those experiencing challenging, and often devastating life-altering events, including both the breakdown of families and traumatic personal injuries.

Natasha volunteers her time with Rainbow Refugee helping LGBTQ+ refugees resettle in Canada. Her work has included assisting with an intervention at the Supreme Court of Canada. In her spare time, Natasha enjoys staying active outdoors, spending time with animals, trying new vegan recipes, and listening to any and all live music. 

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