I graduated with Honours from Sheridan College with a Business Administration Diploma in Marketing.
I then attended McMaster University, where I am presently completing my Bachelor of Philosophy.
While attending McMaster, I took a break.
I returned to Sheridan College to become a Paralegal.
I then graduated with a diploma in Paralegal studies.
Finally, I wrote the Law Society of Ontario’s Bar exam for Paralegals.
I continue to take many improvement courses. This not only allows me to remain current in the various areas of administrative law, but also allows me to be more effective in representing my clients.
I Love To Learn,
I Love To Fight For The Little Guy,
For I Am The Little Guy!
In addition to my sense of humour...
I am also a self-represented litigant, as I have argued many of my own cases. These included matters before the WSIB, WSIAT, Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, Small Claims Court, Family Court, Ontario Superior Court of Justice, Court of Appeal for Ontario, and I filed two separate applications for leave to appeal before the Supreme Court of Canada.
My personal experience has not only impassioned me to fight for others but has also provided me with a very unique perspective not commonly experienced by other paralegals and lawyers. That is the ability to truly understand what a client is going through.
While my passion and the majority of my experience lies in employment law, workers compensation law, disability law, human rights law, and small claims court, my passion does not limit me to these few areas of law,
for I love to learn & fight for what is right!