Megan Mah is a litigator with a practice that focuses on wills, trusts, estates and capacity litigation, as well as complex corporate and commercial disputes. She also practices human rights and employment law.

In addition to her experience with disputes involving complex estates and commercial interests, Megan has developed experience in drafting testamentary documents and trust deeds. She also assists her clients in obtaining Certificates of Appointment (formerly referred to as probate) and in navigating the estate administration process. Her clients include, individuals, families, charities, corporations and public institutions.

In her human rights practice, Megan works on a range of issues including workplace discrimination and accommodation, sexual harassment and violence, and professional discipline Her clients include professional regulators, not-for-profit organizations, employees and employers and universities.

Megan joined WeirFoulds as an associate after summering and articling with the firm.
Megan received her Bachelor of Civil Law and Bachelor of Laws degrees from McGill University in 2015. During law school, Megan volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and was a Director at the Legal Information Clinic at McGill. Megan represented McGill in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and completed a semester on exchange at the University of Hong Kong.

Prior to law school, Megan received her undergraduate degree from McGill University, where she graduated with First Class Honours and with a joint major in International Development and Hispanic Studies. During her undergraduate degree, Megan completed a semester abroad at the University of Havana.

Megan is called to the bar in Ontario and New York. She is a volunteer with Pro Bono Ontario and is actively involved in WeirFoulds' annual United Way campaign.

Megan Mah is an Associate in the Litigation and Corporate Practice Groups at WeirFoulds LLP.

Megan Mah is a litigator with a practice that focuses on wills, trusts, estates and capacity litigation, as well as complex corporate and commercial disputes. She also practices human rights and employment law.

In addition to her experience with disputes involving complex estates and commercial interests, Megan has developed experience in drafting testamentary documents and trust deeds. She also assists her clients in obtaining Certificates of Appointment (formerly referred to as probate) and in navigating the estate administration process. Her clients include, individuals, families, charities, corporations and public institutions.

In her human rights practice, Megan works on a range of issues including workplace discrimination and accommodation, sexual harassment and violence, and professional discipline Her clients include professional regulators, not-for-profit organizations, employees and employers and universities.

Megan joined WeirFoulds as an associate after summering and articling with the firm.
Megan received her Bachelor of Civil Law and Bachelor of Laws degrees from McGill University in 2015. During law school, Megan volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada and was a Director at the Legal Information Clinic at McGill. Megan represented McGill in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and completed a semester on exchange at the University of Hong Kong.

Prior to law school, Megan received her undergraduate degree from McGill University, where she graduated with First Class Honours and with a joint major in International Development and Hispanic Studies. During her undergraduate degree, Megan completed a semester abroad at the University of Havana.

Megan is called to the bar in Ontario and New York. She is a volunteer with Pro Bono Ontario and is actively involved in WeirFoulds' annual United Way campaign.

Publications

"Make a Will Month provides an annual checkup for lawyers and the public", The Lawyer's Daily, November 2017 (with Caroline Abela)

"The continuing saga in Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corporation: a lesson in security for costs and the enforcement of foreign judgments", WeirFoulds LLP, October 2017

Litigation & Dispute Resolution module", Lexis Practice Advisor Canada, September 2017 (with Marie-Andrée Vermette, Kayla Theeuwen, and Anastasija Sumakova)

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, "Make a Will", Toronto Public Library, Make a Will Month, November 4, 2017

Affiliations

Ontario Bar Association

Canadian Bar Association

The Advocates' Society

American Bar Association

Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers

Associate

Toronto
Direct 416.947.5098
Fax 416.365.1876
mmah@weirfoulds.com

Practice Areas

Litigation

Wills and Trusts

Corporate  

Human Rights

Administrative Law

Employment Law

Called to the Bar
Ontario, 2016
New York, 2015
Education
McGill University
B.C.L./LL.B. 2015

McGill University
B.A. 2011
(Joint Honours)

Languages
  • French (conversational)
  • Spanish
Affiliations

Ontario Bar Association

Canadian Bar Association

The Advocates' Society

American Bar Association

Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers

Called to the Bar

Ontario, 2016
New York, 2015

Education

McGill University
B.C.L./LL.B. 2015

McGill University
B.A. 2011
(Joint Honours)

Languages

  • French (conversational)
  • Spanish