With over 15 years' experience, Jill is a Senior Member of Irwin, White & Jennings practicing corporate/commercial and securities law.
As a member of the IWJ team, Jill focuses on delivering practical business law solutions for clients. Jill has significant experience assisting clients in all aspects of their business including debt and equity financings, mergers and acquisitions, asset and share purchase and sale transactions, corporate governance and regulatory compliance.
Jill regularly negotiates and drafts documentation for diverse corporate transactions and financings on behalf of clients ranging from owner-managed to reporting issuers. In addition to providing on-going corporate and commercial advice regarding operational issues, Jill also advises investment funds on continuous offering and disclosure matters. As well, Jill has extensive involvement working with private sector and government stakeholders to facilitate the execution of specific public policy objectives and has advised numerous clients operating under specialized statutes on the everyday application and interpretation of such statutes.
Jill obtained her law degree from the University of British Columbia (LL.B – 1996) and is admitted to the Bars of British Columbia (1997) and Ontario (2004). Jill joined IWJ in 2000 as an associate and became a member in 2003 and a Senior Member in 2006. Jill articled at a large national firm in 1996 and was an associate there from 1997 to 2000. Jill obtained a bachelor of commerce, with honours, from the University of British Columbia (B.Comm – 1993). Jill has been Co-Head of Registration and Donations on the Organizing Committee for Childrun (BC Childrens' Hospital Foundation) since 2004.
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