Miranda Wardman is an associate lawyer with Pushor Mitchell practicing civil litigation, administrative law, and judicial reviews.

Miranda received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan in 2018. She then completed her law degree at the University of Saskatchewan in 2021. Miranda completed one third of her law school studies in French to earn a Certificate in Common Law in French from the University of Ottawa.

While in law school, Miranda volunteered with the Elizabeth Fry Society, Level Justice, the University of Saskatchewan’s Campus Legal Services, and the Centre d’information juridique de la Saskatchewan. She was selected to participate in the Dean’s Forum on Access to Justice where she collaborated with colleagues and justice stakeholders to create accessible justice policy in Saskatchewan. She also participated in two moots; the 2021 Laskin Moot and the 2021 Concours de plaidoirie Michel-Bastarache.

During law school, Miranda summered with the Saskatchewan Ministry of Justice in Regina, SK. Prior to joining Pushor Mitchell, she completed a judicial clerkship at the Supreme Court of British Columbia in Kelowna. After completing her articles at Pushor Mitchell, Miranda was called to the British Columbia bar in December 2022.

Miranda is originally from Salmon Arm, BC, and is happy to have returned to BC’s warmer weather after spending time in Saskatchewan and Ottawa for school. Outside of the office, Miranda enjoys playing recreational sports, snowboarding, riding horses, trying new foods, and spending time with her two pugs.