Birdsell Grant LLP :: Firm Overview

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Associate B. Arts (2003), LLB (2006) Miranda began her post-secondary education at the University of Calgary, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts with a major in the Law and Society, and a minor in Philosophy. In 2006, she earned her Bachelor of Laws from Dalhousie University, with a Business Specialization. While in law school, Miranda earned the Robert T. Donald Memorial Prize, which recognizes the student with the highest standing in Corporate Transactions. In July 2010, Miranda moved from Grande Prairie to join Birdsell Grant LLP. She is currently an Associate at the firm, practicing in the areas of general civil litigation, wills and estates, and real estate. Miranda is experienced in the areas of construction law, commercial and property disputes, collections law, and foreclosures. Miranda represents a wide range of clients, including individuals and small businesses. Miranda has appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta as well as the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta. Key Practice Expertise Litigation Wills, Estates and Trusts Bar Admission Alberta, 2012 Education University of Alberta, Bachelor of Laws, 2011; University of Saskatchewan, Bachelor of Commerce, 2005 Memberships Law Society of Alberta Canadian Bar Association Since moving to Spruce Grove with her husband, Miranda has become involved in the tri-municipal community. Miranda currently serves as the President of the Rotary Club of Parkland After Dark, and has served on the organizing committee for the Rotary Run For Life. E: mdavis@birdsell.ca T: (780) 963-8181 F: (780) 963-9618 Strategy | Service | Success

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