Julia was called to the bar in June 2019. Prior to being called to the bar, Julia articled with Sharon. Similar to her mother, Julia aims to assist her clients in achieving long-lasting results that allow them to move forward in peace.
Julia completed her legal studies at Queen’s University, obtaining a juris doctor degree. During her first year at law school she became involved with Pro Bono Students Canada and Queen’s Legal Aid. She became further involved in the Queen’s Law community in second year as an Orientation Leader and through her volunteer work with Pro Bono Students Canada Family Law Project. Her third year was divided between Queen’s University, and the University of Groningen in the Netherlands, where she pursued various courses in international law.
After her second year of law school, Julia held a summer position with Legal Aid Ontario. She worked at the North York Family Law Service Centre where she had the opportunity to conduct client interviews, draft court documents and observe court appearances.
In the fall of 2018, Julia completed both the Collaborative level 1 and level 2 training. She looks forward to assisting you and your spouse to reach an agreement that will meet the long-term interests of all family members.
Julia accepts legal aid certificates.
Outside of the office, Julia can often be found being physically active or researching her next travel adventure