Thomson Rogers welcomes new associate Camelia Amiri
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Camelia Amiri received her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University in 2016. During her time at Queen’s University, Camelia was involved in various legal clinics and volunteering initiatives, such as the Queen’s Family Law Clinic, Queen’s Legal Aid, Queen’s Elder Law Clinic, and the Pro Bono Students Canada Correctional Law Project. Her work at the Queen’s Family Law Clinic solidified her interest in family law. During this time, Camelia assisted self-representing litigants through separations, custody and access disputes, and support issues.
Camelia has practiced exclusively in family law since being called to the bar in 2017. She joined Thomson Rogers in 2018. Camelia represents and advises clients on a variety of complex family law issues, which often intersect with other areas of law.
Camelia is compassionate and is dedicated to making her clients feel at ease with the family law process and finding solutions that suit their needs. Camelia considers the unique circumstances of each case to provide quality and solution-oriented legal services for her clients. She is a hard worker and always ensures that she is well-prepared for the task at hand.
Camelia has co-authored various papers on family-law related topics for professional development programs and enjoys attending programs to ensure that she remains knowledgeable in recent developments in the law.
During her spare time, Camelia enjoys spending quality time with her fiancé and their two dogs, Lola and Zoe, and re-watching the Office or Friends.
Year of Call2017
- Bachelor of Science (Hons.), York University (2012)
- Juris Doctor, Queen’s University (2016)
- Member of the Law Society of Ontario
- Member of the Ontario Bar Association
- Member of the Canadian Bar Association
- Member of The Advocates’ Society
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