|2006-2009||LL.B.||Dalhousie University||Bachelor of Laws|
|1987-1990||Ph.D.||University of Waterloo||Doctorate (Computer Science)|
|1985-1987||M.Math.||University of Waterloo||Master of Mathematics (Computer Science)|
|1984-1985||Universität Karlsruhe, Germany||Visiting Research Student (Computer Science)|
|1981-1984||B.Math.||University of Waterloo||Bachelor of Mathematics (Co-Op, Joint Honours in Pure Math & Computer Science)|
|1979-1981||Saint Mary's University||Studies towards B.Sc. in Physics & Computer Science|
Gowlings Law and Technology Prize 2009
The law firm of Gowlings, Toronto sponsors a prize to the student achieving the highest mark in Law and Technology.
Trilateral Moot Court Competition 2008
The Dalhousie team, comprised of four third-year students, including myself, won the award for best overall team. I also won, along with one of my team members, the award for best factum.
Boyne Clarke Prize 2007
The law firm of Boyne Clarke awards a prize annually to the first year student from Nova Scotia who has demonstrated excellence through a combination of academic achievement, participation and contribution to the law school and the broader community.
G.O. Forsyth Essay Prize 2007
Awarded to that student who submits the best essay on a legal topic, to be selected by the faculty.
Law Foundation of Nova Scotia Entrance Scholarship 2006
As an undergraduate and graduate student in computer science I also received various prizes and grants, including entrance and achievement scholarships, a German Academic Exchange Service Scholarship, Ontario Graduate Scholarships, NSERC Graduate Scholarships, and research and teaching assistantships.