Get to know some happy lawyers and learn about their not-so-average law practices.
Lawyer, Saxophonist and Composer
Phil Dwyer Law
Qualicum Beach, British Columbia Indigenous LawFamily LawElder LawWills and Estates
Although Phil spent the first 30 years of his career entrenched in music, he always had an interest in social justice and the law. From his junior high years in Qualicum Beach Phil spent hours captivated by Eddie Greenspan and George Jonas’ radio show The Scales of Justice which focused on Canada's infamous criminal cases and trials.
Sachs Law Professional Corporation
Toronto, Ontario Elder LawWills and EstatesReal Estate Law
Before starting her solo law practice, Rachel Sachs did all the things senior lawyers told her not to do. Instead of putting her nose the grindstone, and “paying her dues” once she finished law school, she spent a decade pursuing more education, in different places, and prioritizing family.
Olds, Alberta Wills and EstatesReal Estate Law
If you think you need a thick skin to practice law, try the intense criticism of theatre school on for size. Even with a successful background in acting, Dan was restless. That was until he started a solo practice in the rural community of Olds, Alberta.
Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public
Mo's Law Office
London, Ontario Immigration LawFamily LawWills and EstatesHealthcare Law
Settling into life in a new country with two young children is hard. Doing so as a foreign trained lawyer conquering the hurdles of re-licensing in Canada, while simultaneously completing diplomas in paralegal studies and immigration consulting is much harder.
Deep River, Ontario Firm FounderCriminal LawReal Estate LawWills and Estates
Primeau Law’s logo has the female symbol incorporated into it, or as Jodie puts it, “we put our lady parts right in the middle”.