Terrah practice is focused on the resolution of family law issues, such as separation and divorce.
During law school, she was awarded the Morris Knoll Memorial Award and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association Prize, and managed the Pro Bono Students Canada Family Law Project, where she oversaw approximately 40 students who assisted self-represented litigants.
Terrah was called to the Ontario bar in 2014 after articling at a boutique family law firm, and worked for 3 years at a top family law firm in Calgary before joining Cohen Highley. During her time in Calgary, she sat on the Board of Directors for the Brenda Strafford Centre (a domestic violence shelter) and regularly volunteered at Calgary Legal Guidance.
She has successfully advocated for clients at the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, as well as various administrative tribunals.