Julia Miller is an associate in McCarthy Tétrault National Pensions, Benefits and Executive Compensation Practice in Toronto. She advises on a broad range of legal issues related to defined benefit and capital accumulation plans across Canada, including plan design, administration, governance, funding, winding-up of pension plans and continuous regulatory compliance.
Prior to joining McCarthy Tétrault, Julia articled at a leading boutique litigation firm advising clients on a broad range of issues, including commercial matters, sports disputes and class actions.
Julia received her J.D. from Western University. While at law school, Julia worked for Professor Richard H. McLaren, assisting him with his sports, commercial, and labour arbitrations as well as updating his textbooks, including the Canadian Commercial Reorganisations: Avoiding Bankruptcy, Secured Transactions in Personal Property in Canada and the Ontario Annotated Personal Property Security Act.
Julia earned her Honours Bachelor of Arts, in Economics from McMaster University. During her undergraduate degree, Julia spent her summers working for the Financial Services Commission of Ontario in the Project Management Group.
Julia was called to the Ontario bar in 2021. She is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.