Mikayla C. Greig

About Mikayla

Mikayla received a Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Criminology and Sociology from the University of Western Ontario in 2015. While completing her undergraduate degree, she played varsity rugby and was a member of the triathlon team. Mikayla also acted as a co-facilitator for a program called Changing Ways, a primarily court-mandated program whose mission statement is to assist men in ending their violent behaviour towards the women and children in their lives.

She received a Juris Doctor from Lakehead University in 2018, where she graduated with first-class standing. While attending law school up North, Mikayla was an active participant in a number of committees.  She acted as a VP for the Women in Law committee, which organized a number of fundraisers in support of local charities, including the Elizabeth Fry Society. While attending law school, Mikayla worked as a research assistant. She was able to assist in the development of the first comparative human rights research database in Canada, which was recently launched and will help both the public and legal practitioners navigate human rights law in Canada.

After attending law school in Thunder Bay, Mikayla happily returned to her home town, Owen Sound. She completed her articling term at The Alliance Lawyers, and is now employed as an Associate Lawyer. Mikayla truly loves this area and feels that her ties to the community will make her an effective advocate for its residents.

Mikayla’s practice will focus on Civil Litigation matters, Criminal and Family law.

Outside of work, Mikayla enjoys reading, cycling, and travelling.  

Education

  • Lakehead University, J.D.,2018
  • Western University, B.A. (Hons.), 2015

Bar Admission

  • Law Society of Ontario, 2018

Professional Affiliations/Involvement

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Grey County Law Association
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