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As Covid-19 continues to affect everyday life in Ontario, our firm remains open for business. In order to combat the spread of this virus, we are working remotely. We are temporarily not meeting with clients in person but our lawyers are working offsite; we are using telephone and other electronic means to work with our clients and to conduct initial consultations. Even though the courts are closed to all but urgent matters, we continue to do everything we can do to advance cases and obtain the best results that we can for our clients.

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Areesha was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013, and has practiced mainly in family law since then. Areesha brings a wealth of experience in courtroom litigation, at the level of the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal. She is equally versed in out-of-court negotiations and settlements, including in mediation and arbitration.

In her spare time, Areesha enjoys travelling and yoga.

Areesha received her JD from the University of Ottawa in 2012. During law school, Areesha was the recipient of the Richard Weiler Prize for Effective Mediation. She articled for the Ottawa downtown legal clinic, where she briefly assisted Amnesty Canada intervene in a refugee case at the level of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Areesha obtained her BA(hons) in Criminology from the University of Ontario in Oshawa, where she graduated with highest distinction.

Notable Cases

  • Beech v Rouse, 2017 ONSC 4195

English and Urdu

Areesha was called to the Ontario Bar in 2013, and has practiced mainly in family law since then. Areesha brings a wealth of experience in courtroom litigation, at the level of the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice, Divisional Court and the Court of Appeal. She is equally versed in out-of-court negotiations and settlements, including in mediation and arbitration.

In her spare time, Areesha enjoys travelling and yoga.

Areesha received her JD from the University of Ottawa in 2012. During law school, Areesha was the recipient of the Richard Weiler Prize for Effective Mediation. She articled for the Ottawa downtown legal clinic, where she briefly assisted Amnesty Canada intervene in a refugee case at the level of the Supreme Court of Canada.

Areesha obtained her BA(hons) in Criminology from the University of Ontario in Oshawa, where she graduated with highest distinction.

Notable Cases

  • Beech v Rouse, 2017 ONSC 4195

English and Urdu

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