Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical
Regulatory, Advertising & Marketing
B.Sc. (Anatomy & Cell Bio.), McGill University, 2004
M.Sc. (Neuro. Sci.), McGill University, 2007
LL.B., University of Ottawa, 2010
Admitted to the Ontario Bar, 2011
Canadian Bar Association (CBA)
Toronto Intellectual Property Group (TIPG)
B.Sc. (Anatomy & Cell Bio.), M.Sc. (Neuro. Sci.), LL.B.
Tamarah’s practice focuses on marketing, advertising, and packaging & labeling law; privacy law; and patent and trademark prosecution and enforcement.
Tamarah is an award-winning scholar having received several scholarships and prizes and having attained the status of Dean’s Honour list while completing her education. Her graduate research was focused on the dendritic spines of synapses, and the role of neuron axon guidance molecules in regulating dendritic spine shape.
While attending law school, Tamarah participated in an internship and worked part-time at the Trade-marks Opposition Board (TMOB) at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO). During this internship she helped review parties’ evidence and conducted research to help opposition board members with their decisions.
Prior to being admitted to the bar, Tamarah was both a summer and articling student with the firm.