Meg E. Green, Lawyer in Dartmouth
Meg was born in London, UK and moved to Toronto, Canada at the age of 5. She is a proud dual-citizen of both Canada and Ireland. She first moved to Nova Scotia at the age of 14 and considers the Halifax-area home. Meg received both her BA and Bachelor of Law degree from Dalhousie University. Meg was called to the Nova Scotia bar in 2004 and the Ontario bar in 2007. She practiced in Ottawa until her return to Nova Scotia in April 2015 where she joined a small firm in St. Margaret’s Bay. In September 2016, Meg joined what was then Green Tynes Law, and later formed Nyajeka Green Law with Tandiwe.
Meg has appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice of Ontario, Nova Scotia Provincial Court, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, the Federal Court of Canada and the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. She is a member in good standing of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society and has volunteered on various boards over the years.
Meg’s approach to practice is client centred and she is attentive to all of her clients’ needs. She treats each client as an important individual rather than just a file number.
Meg currently lives in Dartmouth with her husband, two young sons, two dogs and two cats and enjoys writing, playing hockey, riding her horse, travelling and reading.