After a 31 year career in the auto industry, where I was continually involved in the fight for workers’ rights, I took a retirement package in 2003 and moved on. When I sat back and contemplated the future, I realized that this was my chance to pursue my dream of a career in law.
My journey started at triOS college, where I obtained an Honours Diploma in the Law Clerk program. From there I worked in a paralegal firm, but decided that I wanted to be more involved as an advocate and I returned to triOS College and obtained an Honours Diploma in the Paralegal program. At graduation I selected to be the Valedictorian, which I consider to be a great honour. After graduation I wrote the licensing exam and was licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
After working for lawyers and other paralegals, I decided it was time to strike out on my own and establish my own firm. With my legal and life experience, I look forward to representing those in need of a representative who will fight for their rights, in the courtrooms of the Small Claims Court, the Provincial Offences Court or the Ontario Court of Justice. I will also represent those people involved with the various tribunals, such as the Landlord Tenant Board, the Human Rights Tribunal, the Ontario Labour Board, to name a few.
As a member of The Law Society of Upper Canada and The Ontario Paralegal Acssociation, you can trust me to handle the maze of paper work and the stress for you and provide you with a JUST, AFFORDABLE and SATISFACTORY resolution to your problem.
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