Brittany Finn is an associate in the Tax Group. She advises on Canadian tax issues associated with domestic and international planning, including mergers and acquisitions, inbound and outbound investments and corporate reorganizations. Prior to joining to Cassels Brock as an associate, Brittany was both summer and articling student at the firm. During her articles, she gained valuable corporate and advocacy experience with the Business Law, Securities and Advocacy groups.
Brittany is a graduate of Queen’s University Faculty of Law. During her time at Queen’s, Brittany was elected as president of the Queen’s Chapter of Canadian Lawyers Abroad and was selected to take part in the Queen’s Business Law Clinic. Brittany was the winner of the Law ’66 Book Prize in Contract Law as well as the Queen’s Law Prize in Alternative Dispute Resolution. She enjoyed being a tutor for other law students as part of Queen’s Faculty of Law Academic Assistance Program. In the fall of 2014, Brittany spent a term studying abroad at EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht in Wiesbaden, Germany.
Prior to studying law, Brittany obtained her Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a minor in German from Wilfrid Laurier University. During her time at Laurier, Brittany received a School of Business and Economics In-Course Scholarship. She was also the winner of the Smart Hanger Consulting Competition and a finalist in the BDO Dunwoody New Venture Competition.
Brittany is an avid European traveler, and spent several summers in Italy and Austria. She enjoys cheese sampling and going to the movies regularly.