What my clients say

It goes without saying how very appreciative I am for all your assistance and support.

-M.

Heather
Mason

Heather Mason is an associate lawyer at Nelligan Law and a member of our Litigation, Insurance and Personal Injury groups. Her practice includes insurance defence and personal injury.

Prior to joining the firm, Heather articled at a national firm where she focused on civil litigation. During law school she was a Senior Editor with the Ottawa Law Review. She was selected to represent the University of Ottawa in two competitive moots, the Gale Cup Moot in criminal law and the Hicks Morley Moot in labour and employment law. Heather also worked with the University of Ottawa’s Legal Writing Academy as a peer mentor and she worked for the Canadian Bar Association’s communications department.

Heather strives to be an agent for social change and to contribute to the community, while also delivering tangible results for her clients. She is a strong advocate and enjoys helping people reach their goals. Heather is committed to her clients, and works hard to achieve a satisfactory result for them. She is diligent and responsive, and is dedicated to ensuring that her clients’ rights and interests are upheld and protected.

Outside of the office, Heather enjoys running and hiking, and has participated in the half marathon here in Ottawa. She loves the water, and while completing her undergraduate degree was on Trent University’s rowing and synchronized swimming teams. She also loves to travel.

Education
  • Call to the Ontario Bar (2018)
  • JD Common Law (Cum Laude), University of Ottawa (2017)
  • MLitt Modern History, University of Saint Andrews (2012)
  • BA Honours History, Trent University (2011)
Professional Activities and Organizations
  • County of Carleton Law Association
  • Advocates' Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association

Authored Posts

Employment Law for Employees
Blog
Reading time: 4 mins
6 Steps To Follow After A Motor Vehicle Accident
Motor vehicle accidents can be stressful and sometimes traumatic events. You will likely be shaken or in shock, and possibly injured. They can occur so quickly, you may not fully understand what actually happened, or even the extent of your injuries. You may wonder: what do I do now? Here is a list of 6 steps you should follow if you are involved in an car accident.

Practice Groups

Have Questions?

Related Posts

Personal Injury
Blog
Reading time: 2 mins
New vehicle supply constraints and the impact on personal injury claims
The COVID-19 pandemic has spared few industries from disruption and in recent months, the automotive industry has felt the sting[...]
Business Law
Blog
Reading time: < 1 mins
Craig O'Brien on Behind the Headlines
In the latest episode of the Ottawa Business Journal‘s Behind The Headlines podcast, Craig O’Brien explains how rent negotiations can[...]
Personal Injury
Nelligan News
Reading time: < 1 mins
Shifting Gears to Summer - Ludmilla Jarda featured in Fifty-Five Plus Magazine
Temperatures are warming up and that means cycling season has officially began. Personal injury lawyer Ludmilla Jarda has tips to[...]