- Property Offences
- Asset Recovery
- Youth Maters
- Judicial Interim Release
- Drug Offences
- Internet Crimes
- Firearms and Weapons Offences
- Violent Offences
- Institutional Charges
- J.D. University of Saskatchewan, College of Law
Miranda was likely Canada’s youngest lawyer at the time of her Yukon Territory bar call in May 2012. She completed a rotation for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada during her articles and has worked for her entire career almost exclusively in the area of criminal defense.
Miranda maintains a varied criminal law practice but has particular interest and experience representing clients charged with fraud related offences including income support fraud and employment fraud. She has advocated for clients at all levels of court in Alberta including the Court of Appeal.
Miranda is active in her community as a volunteer. She was the 2013 recipient of a Volunteer Excellence Award from Volunteer Lethbridge and a 2014 YWCA Young Woman of Promise. As a law school student she was the recipient of the Maritime Law Book Award in Ethics and Professional Responsibility. She volunteers regularly for Lethbridge Legal Guidance and has also volunteered for Law Day, the Lethbridge Bar Association, Pro Bono Law Alberta and the Public Legal Education of Alberta Program