Margery Pazdor is a lawyer in Klein Lawyers’ Class Action practice, where she acts for plaintiffs in the Woodlands class action. Margery has also worked on the Sixties Scoop class action, and has appeared in Chambers on behalf of MVA clients.
Margery completed her law degree at McGill University where she obtained both a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Bachelor of Common Law. While a law student, Margery worked as a Research Assistant with the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy on a project regarding digital property and succession. She also co-coordinated a seminar series on disability and human rights as a Rathlyn fellow with the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism. Margery was an executive and founding member of Contours: Voices of Women in Law magazine.
Prior to law school, Margery obtained a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and Bachelor of Arts in French from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a Master of Arts in European Studies from the University of British Columbia.
P.E. Moyse (dir.), F. Lord, M. Clouthier, M. Pazdor, “Digital Patrimony: Facebook, Bitcoin, and a Good Death – 2016 McGill CIPP Report,” http://www.cippmcgill.ca/files/sites/45/2016/06/CdN-ReportJune72016.pdf
David A. Klein and Margery Pazdor, “Document Production in Class Actions,” The Verdict Issue 147, Winter 2016