Greer is entering her final year of law school at Western University. Prior to pursuing law, she completed a Bachelor in Business Management and Organizational Studies (BMOS) at Western University, specializing in Consumer Behaviour and minoring in Criminology. During this time, Greer gained extensive professional experience across a number of different industries, including hospitality, not-for-profit, and financial services. After completing her undergraduate degree, Greer relocated to Sydney, Australia, where she worked in commercial real-estate for one of the world's largest real estate managers.
At law school, Greer enjoys being an active member of her community and was awarded the Michael Allen Harte memorial award for her outstanding contributions to student life at Western Law. Greer’s passion for advocacy work has fueled her involvement in numerous moots and her work as a Caseworker for the Pro Bono Students Canada Single Women in Motherhood project and the Family Law Clinic. Greer also Co-Chairs Western Law’s Distinguished Speakers Committee, works as a Teaching Assistant for first-year Property Law, and mentors female-identifying students as a member of Western Women in Law. This past summer, Greer worked as a Research Assistant analyzing the validity of Indigenous laws in the multi-juridical Canadian state. She also co-authored an article on this topic for publication in a special edition of the Journal of Commonwealth Law.
In her spare time, Greer enjoys spending time outdoors, organizing game nights with friends and watching true crime documentaries.