Cindy is an associate in the Municipal, Land Use Planning, and Development Law Group. She represents a broad cross-section of public and private sector clients on a variety of municipal law matters throughout the province.
Cindy is involved in numerous planning matters including appeals to the Ontario Municipal Board relating to issues such as official plans, rezoning, severances, subdivisions and minor variances. She also advises clients with respect to heritage matters, environmental matters, expropriation, and municipal by-law enforcement and compliance.
Cindy articled with Loopstra Nixon LLP and joined the firm as an associate after her call to the bar in 2016. Prior to law school, she studied Political Science at the University of Toronto, graduating with high distinction. During law school, Cindy served on the Executive for the Law & Politics Club, and received an award for advocacy through her involvement in the University’s various legal clinics, including the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Studies, Pro Bono Students Canada, and the Downtown Legal Services Tenant Housing division.
In her spare time, Cindy enjoys powerlifting, trying out new wineries, and watching the Jays.
Qualifications and Designations
B.A. University of Toronto - Political Science
J.D. University of Toronto
Areas of Practice
- Commercial Real Estate
- Land Development
- Land Use Planning
- Municipal, Land Use Planning and Development
- Ontario Municipal Board Advocacy