Degrees/Designations – B.A. University of Lethbridge;
M.Sc. London School of Economics;
LL.B. Windsor Law School

Practice Areas – Family Litigation and Civil Litigation

Practice Description – General Family litigation; Civil litigation in Employment Matters concerning wrongful dismissals, Estate litigation, Contract based litigation, Real Estate litigation and Commercial matters

Background – Fluent in three languages (English, French and Ukrainian) spoken and written
Appearances at all levels of Court in Ontario, namely Provincial, Superior, Divisional and Court of Appeal, as well as various Tribunals
Member of the Association des Juristes Francophone de l’Ontario
Director of the Mississauga Arts Council, appointed by the City of Mississauga
Instructor at the Family Information Session as appointed by the Courts in Toronto

Publications:
1982 “Heritage Languages in Western Canada”,
Human Rights

1988 “Treize petits poèmes maudits pour un monde
d’aujourd’hui’, Editions St. Germain Des Prés; Paris; France

2005 “The Charter and The Supreme Court of Canada as
Agents of Change in Family Law C.F.L.Q.”

2006 “Leskun not a useful precedent for modern-day
marriage” Law Times; Toronto, Ontario

2007 “Commentary: judicial discretion in A.A. v.
B.B. should mind the gap” The Lawyers Weekly; Toronto, Ontario.

Interests:
Classical piano and composition; Sculpture; French Poetry;
Quebecois art and Canadian paintings