Jean believes there is more than one way to solve any problem. While traditional litigation might be the best option in some scenarios, Jean believes that exploring other potential avenues for resolution is important. Jean is cognizant of the benefits that arise from engaging in collaborative law, and how this form of practice can create positive outcomes for all involved.
On Maternity Leave as of October 10, 2019
Born and raised in the Niagara Region, Jean was eager to return home to her family and friends and to start giving back to the community. Jean currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Lincoln County Humane Society and is looking forward to establishing her career in the place she calls home. Jean completed her articles with a well-known litigation lawyer in Grimsby, focusing primarily in the area of family law. Jean believes her combination of organizational and interpersonal skills will her obtain positive results for her family law clients.
Jean obtained her undergraduate degrees at Brock University earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (first class standing) and a Bachelor of Education. Jean went on to obtain her Juris Doctor from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, New Brunswick in June of 2013 and was called to the bar in June 2014. Jean currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Lincoln County Humane Society and volunteers at Meals on Wheels in St.Catharines.
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