Tamara practises in all areas of labour, employment and human rights law in the workplace. She works with employers to draft policies and advocates for employers and management in the courtroom.
Drawn to the human aspects of working with people in workplace law, Tamara takes pride in cultivating strong relationships based on understanding and responsiveness. This collaborative approach results in timely, engaged and well researched solutions for her clients.
Tamara takes pride in cultivating strong relationships based on understanding and responsiveness
During her time in the Juris Doctor program at the University of Victoria, Tamara volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada as a Tenancy Advocate. She spent her final semester abroad studying at the National University of Singapore. Prior to attending law school, Tamara earned her Bachelor of Commerce from The University of British Columbia and graduated with Honours. Prior to joining Roper Greyell, Tamara worked with the in-house counsel team of an international engineering company before completing her articles at a large regional law firm in Vancouver.
Outside of the office, Tamara has recently taken up climbing. She enjoys that it requires her to be singular and present – reveling in the excitement of pushing both physical and mental limits.
B.Comm(With Honours), University of British Columbia
J.D., University of Victoria
Year of call
British Columbia, 2016
Membership / Affiliations
Canadian Bar Association