D.J. Miller’s article “Canada’s Flexible Restructuring Framework” was recently published in Americas Restructuring Review 2020 edition by GRR
Rachel’s practice focuses on restructuring and insolvency, including the enforcement of creditors’ rights, receiverships, BIA and CCAA restructuring proceedings, shareholder disputes and creditor/debtor disputes.
Rachel received the Michael MacNaughton Student Writing Award for Insolvency Law in 2015 for co-authoring a paper on the broad scope of the stay of proceedings under the CCAA.
While attending Western University, Rachel was a student ambassador, volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada, and was a member of the Advocacy Committee and the Student Alumni Committee. She participated in the external Niagara International Moot Court Competition, where she received the runner-up Best Appellant Memorial Award and her team received the Henry T. King Jr. Spirit Award. Rachel also received the Best Appellant Factum Award in the Lerners LLP Cup Appellate Advocacy Competition. During Rachel’s third year of law school, she completed a semester abroad at Stockholm University.
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Rachel is the Director of Programs for the Ontario Network of the International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (IWIRC).
Rachel will also serve as Co-Chair of the TMA NextGen Committee (Toronto Network) for the 2020 year.
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