Anna was raised on a farm just outside of Omemee, Ontario, where she spent many summers wading through creeks, finding quiet spots to enjoy a good book and cursing square bails. Anna initially attended York University, where she majored in history and philosophy, but, she then, very prudently, went somewhere warm and sunny to complete her Bacholor of Arts in History. Anna continued on at the University of Hawaii where she obtained her Juris Doctor from the William S. Richardson school of law. Anna was called to the Hawaii bar in 2001.
Following law school Anna joined the Americorp program and worked with the Legal Aid Society of Hawaii. Anna’s practice focused on family law, and in particular, representation of victims of domestic violence.
After enjoying ten years in Hawaii Anna was drawn home to Ontario where she articled with Cornell, Mortlock and Sillberg in Lindsay until she was called to the Ontario bar in 2006.
Anna practices in the areas of family law, real estate, wills and estates, corporate law, and agricultural law. She is also a panel member for the Office of the Children’s Lawyer, a particularly meaningful component of her practice.