Mia practices primarily in the areas of civil litigation and public law.
Before joining the firm in 2023, Mia was counsel with the Department of Justice, Business and Regulatory Law Section. As Crown counsel, she maintained a large and diverse caseload and developed notable experience in the areas of regulatory negligence, constitutional, and administrative law. Before that, Mia clerked for six justices of the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Mia holds a J.D. from the University of Victoria, and a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in philosophy from the University of British Columbia.
Outside of work Mia volunteers with various animal rights organizations, enjoys riding her motorcycle, and exploring the outdoors.
2014University of British Columbia (Bachelor of Arts (Hons), Philosophy)
2018University of Victoria (J.D.)
2020Called to the Bar (British Columbia)
- Co-counsel in successful sequencing hearing in respect of proposed constitutional class action : Davis v Vancouver (Police Department), 2023 BCSC 1018.
- Co-counsel in successful application to defer filing of Response to Civil Claim in proposed constitutional class action, pending appointment of case-management judge: Davis v Vancouver (Police Department), 2022 BCSC 1060.
- Co-counsel in appeal successfully defending British Columbia’s public health care system against constitutional challenge: Cambie Surgeries Corporation v. British Columbia (Attorney General), 2022 BCCA 245.
- Co-counsel in partially successful, contested intervenor application: Cambie Surgeries Corporation v British Columbia (Attorney General), 2021 BCCA 138.