Working with vulnerable seniors as a law student piqued Molly’s interest in all things elder law. She developed her passion for estates law through her academic participation in and subsequent employment with the Queen’s Elder Law Clinic where she worked with senior citizens in the Kingston area to draft their estate planning documents.
Molly was drawn to the technical and compassionate nature of estates law and enjoyed working with clients one on one. She pursued her interest academically and received the Queen’s Law Prize in Estate Litigation. While at Queen’s Law, Molly was involved in a number of extra-curricular activities, including the Alumni and Lawlapalooza Committees where she organized social events and fundraisers for students and alumni.
Molly graduated from Queen’s University Faculty of Law and was called to the bar in 2021. She completed her articles and began her career as an associate with Goddard Gamage LLP.
Molly has always had an interest in wealth management and planning; prior to law school she worked for two years with a boutique wealth management firm in Toronto. She is currently a member of the Young Women in Law Marketing and Communications Committee. In her free time, Molly enjoys Toronto one restaurant at a time, a habit she balances out with a passion for fitness. She is an avid gym-goer and has run the LuluLemon 10k.
- Queen’s University Faculty of Law 2021
- Young Women in Law Marketing and Communications Committee