Edward Woods, Paralegal
Mr. Woods is a highly experienced no nonsense paralegal offering services for individuals within the Small Claims and Provincial Offences courts as well as before the Landlord Tenant Board.
In the Small Claims Court, Edward provides representation from both perspectives, the Plaintiff or the Defendant.
As a strongly skilled negotiator, Mr. Woods brings a reputable track record for negotiating settlements thereby avoiding the expense and time-consuming process of court litigation.
Edward has a passion for defending client rights in provincial offence matters involving, among other things, commercial carrier infractions as well as matters relating to regulation and compliance requirements of the Ministry of Environment including waste management vehicles, as well as WSIB and T.S.S.A infractions.
Holly Robertson, Paralegal
Holly Robertson is a skilled and experienced Paralegal with particular interest in Employment Law and Human Rights matters. Holly brings experience representing many employees and employers by offering unique and transferable insight to provide legal representation for matters before both the provincial Labour Board and federal Labour Board, the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario and the Canadian Industrial Tribunal. Holly also has experience in conducting and participating in workplace investigations for both employees and employers.
Holly is passionate about protecting your rights before the provincial and federal Human Rights Tribunal as they relate to employment, housing, services and contracts. Holly has practical and substantive knowledge in your human rights and legal entitlements and will work diligently to ensure your rights are protected and enforced.
As a paralegal and member of the Law Society of Ontario's Coaching & Advisory Network, Holly is experienced and passionate about providing legal services and guidance to fellow legal professionals from compliance regulation to legal representation. Holly understands the demands associated with the paralegal profession and is eager to help you.
Glenn Gosling RN, Paralegal
Glenn Gosling, Paralegal and a registered nurse with over 15-years of experience, has a vast comprehension of health law.
Glenn understands the growing issues in health care. He attended Humber College and completed his Paralegal Diploma (Hons). Glenn has assisted Healthcare Professionals at the Consent and Capacity Board and Health Professions Appeal and Review Board. Glenn has represented members of the public at the Health Services Appeal and Review Board, Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, and Emergency Management Specialist with legal advice.
Glenn uses his knowledge, experience, and passion of the legal and healthcare industries to represent your rights.
Memberships: Law Society of Ontario; College of Nurses Ontario; Hamilton Medical-Legal Society; Canadian Bar Association
Roshni Sharma, Lawyer
Roshni Sharma is an experienced lawyer. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Toronto and obtained her LLB from the University of Leicester in the UK. She completed her articling at North Peel and Dufferin Community Legal Services with a focus on Landlord and Tennant law, Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program and Canada Pension Plan Disability.
Roshni assisted victims of violence in Family and Immigration law at the Barbara Schlifer Commemorative Clinic. She continued her passion for helping others and practiced in the area of Personal Injury law with a Hamilton firm.
Roshni has experience with various courts and tribunals in Ontario including the Landlord and Tenant Board, Social Benefits Tribunal, Immigration and Refugee Board, Licence Appeal Tribunal, Small Claims Court, Superior Court (civil and criminal) as well as Divisional Court.
Theresa Martin, Paralegal
Theresa Martin graduated as a Paralegal and successfully completed the Law Society of Ontario License exam in 2015. Theresa became a Paralegal because of her passion for the law, with the belief that everyone should have access to justice. Theresa is a passionate paralegal that along with her strong attention to detail, makes her a great advocate for any client.
Theresa began her career as a Paralegal gaining valuable knowledge through her internship with the Crown Prosecutor of Provincial Offences in Brantford Court. She continued gaining valuable experiences working in Court Operations in Milton, Burlington, Brantford and Hamilton for Criminal Court and Small Claims enforcement office. Currently with Benchmark Legal Offices representing clients in Provincial Offence, Criminal, and Small Claims courts.
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