Nasha loves to litigate cases and uses her empathy, tenacity and wit to get results for her clients. She is excellent in a crisis and provides strategic advice to individuals or organizations that need help navigating complex legal issues.

Nasha practices criminal law and civil litigation, with a focus on professional discipline, employment law and commercial disputes.

Nasha combines fine attention to detail with sharp instincts and a deep commitment to her practice, and strives to provide all clients with the best possible service. 

Nasha is a graduate of Dalhousie Law School, where she was awarded the Muriel Duckworth Award for raising consciousness of feminism in the legal community. Before law school she earned an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Toronto with high distinction. 

Nasha is committed to advocacy projects focusing on equality, with a specific interest in reproductive justice, and considers this work to be an important part of her practice.

Nasha is a member of the Advocates’ Society, the Canadian Bar Association and the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF). She is also a board member for Leave Out Violence and a member of the NSBS Gender Equity Committee.

Nasha is called to the bar of Nova Scotia and Ontario.