Stephanie Mills is a law clerk in the Litigation Group at Cassels. In this role, Stephanie has extensive experience in civil litigation with an emphasis on intellectual property law, franchise law, and class actions. She focuses on the strategic and efficient preservation, collection and review of evidence, preparation and attendance at discovery and trials, and drafting materials for Court. Stephanie has experience in e-Discovery and uses cutting edge technology such as Artificial Intelligence and Technology Assisted Review to achieve efficient and successful resolutions for our clients.
An honours graduate from the law clerk program at Humber College, Stephanie also holds a B.A. in Political Science from Queen’s University. She participates in several groups affiliated with litigation support and e-Discovery, including ILTA, the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario and Women in E-Discovery. In 2009 Stephanie completed a mediation course at York University and in 2013 Stephanie became a Litigation Support Specialist with the Organization of Legal Professionals. In 2019 Stephanie completed the Copyright Masters class at McGill University. She has been a law clerk since 2003.