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.
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.
Knight Molloy Patrick LLP
Calgary, Alberta Access to Justice
Average is not a word that describes Tiana Knight or her legal career. An avid mystery book reader from a young age, Tiana was hooked on the legal world early. At seven, she knew she wanted to be a lawyer.
Professor - University of Windsor, Faculty of Law & Ontario Liberal Party Candidate for Etobicoke Centre
University of Windsor
Windsor, Ontario Access to JusticeLegal Instructor
Noel Semple has had a long and meaningful legal career, without ever directly representing clients.