Beth is an associate in the firm's Indigenous Law group. She is developing a diverse aboriginal law practice.
Beth received her Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto (Victoria College) and her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School.
In her spare time, Beth can most likely be found: performing in operas, cooking, or paddling a canoe.
NOVEMBER 27 2020
Connecting Indigenous Communities to High Speed Internet
With the opening of the application period for the Universal Broadband Fund (UBF), which was announced by the federal government earlier this month, there is great opportunity for Indigenous communities to improve internet and mobile connectivity in their communities and surrounding areas at a very low cost.
JUNE 21 2020
National Indigenous Peoples Day
June is National Indigenous History Month, and 21 June National Indigenous People’s Day. There is no more fitting time to honour the history, heritage and diversity of Indigenous peoples in Canada. We encourage all Canadians to join us in learning more about the Indigenous history in the communities where we live and work, acknowledging the systemic racism and discrimination that exists in our institutions in Canada and elsewhere, and supporting and effecting the changes which are needed to combat that injustice.
NOVEMBER 26 2019
Avoiding the Garden Path of Mathematics with the Barometer of Fairness: An Analysis of Discount Rates in Canadian Case Law, and Lessons for Business Valuator Experts
JUNE 21 2019
The Theory and Practical Aspects of Discount Rates for Quantifying Losses
The Theory and Practical Aspects of Discount Rates for Quantifying Losses, authored by Milton Davis, Ron Davis and with the assistance of Beth Armstong, was presented at the Chartered Business Valuator Institute’s 2019 National Business Valuation Congress in Montreal.
Called to the Ontario Bar 2019
Osgoode Hall Law School, JD, 2018
University of Toronto (Victoria College), Honours BA in History and English (High Distinction), 2013