Before becoming a judge, I was a lawyer for 14 years, four of which I spent doing in-house corporate work. I also spent a couple of years with the Canadian Department of Justice in its aerospace and armament procurement section, working on negotiating contracts with manufacturers like Lockheed Martin and Boeing. During my tenure in-house, I did some high-tech work with the Digital Equipment Corporation, which has since been acquired by Hewlett-Packard. As my career progressed, I was determined to open doors that were traditionally closed for people of color. Inspired by my father’s tenacity, I started my own practice. Within my law practice, I handled administrative and general law. I also served as a sessional lecturer at a University in Ottawa for about seven years.
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