Emma is an associate lawyer at Carson Chousky Lein LLP. Emma obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Western Ontario and completed her Bachelor (Hons) at the University of Toronto. Emma practices solely in the area of family law and has prior experience in civil litigation, estates, real estate, and corporate law.
Emma has contributed to cases before a variety of levels of Court, including the Ontario Court of Appeal. Emma has experience working on diverse family matters including complex jurisdictional cases, high conflict parenting disputes, and property division.
Emma is interested in academic research related to family law, and assisted with updating the textbook on family law frequently used in Ontario law schools, namely Family Law: Text, Cases, Materials and Notes, 9th ed, Hovius, Maur & Bala (Carswell, 2017). Emma also contributed to a long-term study on access to justice for family litigants during COVID-19. Emma was published in the 2020 edition of Appeal: Review of Current Law and Reform for her article entitled The Price of God: Understanding Reason and Religion in the Duty to Mitigate.
She may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.