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Meghan Boyer


About Meghan


Main line: (613) 722-1500

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Fax: (613) 722-7677

I work as a lawyer in the Family Law Group at Mann Lawyers. I strive to develop creative and contextually informed strategies to resolve clients’ family law issues. I want to help people navigate the family law system, which can be overwhelming during an already challenging period in someone’s life.

I was called to the Ontario Bar in June 2024 after completing the summer student and articling program here at Mann Lawyers. During my articles, I gained experience in a variety of family law matters, both contentious and non-contentious, and I am eager to use these skills to advance the interests of my clients.

I obtained my Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Civil Law from McGill University in 2023. During my studies, I worked with the Legal Information Clinic at McGill where I researched and provided legal information to students and the wider Montreal community. With this organization, I additionally advised students of their rights under university policies and developed strategies to respond to disciplinary actions. In this role, I appeared at numerous hearings and gained a passion for advocacy. I also clerked at the Administrative Tribunal of Quebec in the Social Affairs Division, where I developed further my oral and written advocacy skills.

I completed my undergraduate degree in Global and International Studies at Carleton University in 2019. I also had the formative experience of working as a page through the House of Commons Page Program.

I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, travelling, and taking in community theater and live music.

Meghan's Service Areas

Family Law

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