Although Deborah handles many motor vehicle accident cases, she remains passionate about what she does because she knows she is making a difference in someone’s life. Because every case that comes in is so different, Deborah examines every aspect and approaches each claim with the unique person in mind.
After a nursing career, Deborah taught English as a Foreign Language in Bahrain for 5 years. Upon returning to Canada she decided to pursue a lifelong desire to practice law. Graduating from the University of Ottawa Law in 2005, Deborah articled with a Personal Injury Law Firm in Toronto and was called to the Law Society of Upper Canada Bar in 2008. Soon after, she headed west to British Columbia where she was called to the Law Society of British Columbia and practiced as a Crown Prosecutor and Family Lawyer. In addition she and a colleague opened the first Immigration and Citizenship Law Firm in the Interior of British Columbia.
Deborah was also called to the Law Society of Alberta Bar where she continued to practice Immigration law until moving back to her home Province and Toronto in early 2015. Her diverse background and passion for the law has been a welcomed asset to our firm.
In addition, Deborah tries to give back to the community by volunteering her time and vast experience at Immigration Centers in Scarborough an is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and Law Society of Alberta and of course the LSUC.
Called to the Ontario Bar, 2012
J.D., University of Windsor Law, 2011
B.A. Honors, University of Western Ontario, 2005
Law Society of Upper Canada