Get to know some happy lawyers and learn about their not-so-average law practices.
Principal Lawyer & Director
Cornwall, ON Criminal LawAccess to Justice
Neha’s best advice for new lawyers? Don’t follow anyone’s advice. When you start listening to your instincts and following your gut, you begin to flourish and thrive in a practice that is true to yourself.
Co-founder and Principal
“Time is the only truly non-renewable resource”, says Andrew Foti, Co-founder, and Principal at Avōkka. Andrew invested his time learning as much as he could throughout his career. That investment paid back (with interest) in providing the foundation for Avōkka.
Dr. Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich
Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Manager
Long before earning the “Dr.” title before her name, Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich was a blazer-wearing nine-year-old with a creative mind, a reporter’s notebook from her journalist father, and a growing passion for law.
Budden & Associates
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador Civil LitigationAccess to JusticeAdministrative Law
Like many law students, Allison was eager to get any job after graduating law school. She spent endless hours cold calling and interviewing to find anything that would fit. Allison did find an articling job that fit, at Budden & Associates in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, but she could not have foreseen what a perfect fit it would be.
When Jill Shiskin was in law school, if you’d told her she would become a happy and successful criminal lawyer, she never would have believed it. Jill entered law school in her late 30s with the goal of working in-house in oil & gas, or in employment and human rights law, or in regulatory law – or really in any area of law other than family or criminal law.
Acumen Law Corporation
Vancouver, British Columbia Criminal Law
Does anyone remember what job Nancy Drew’s father had? What about the type of car he drove? Well, Kyla Lee’s passion for criminal law stemmed from her late nights reading Nancy Drew novels.