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Sean O'Connor

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Head Paralegal

Sean L. O’Connor began his career as a paralegal seventeen years ago. As a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Paralegal Society of Ontario, Sean has successfully represented individuals with major and minor tickets and Highway Traffic Act (HTA) offenses.

 

In addition, Mr. O’Connor represents clients with Landlord and Tenant concerns, AGCO Liquor Licence applications and hearings, WSIB appeals, small claims, and minor criminal offenses.

 

Sean has appeared in the Ontario Court of Justice for plaintiff and defendant pleadings, motions, trials, summary convictions and appeals. Among his other matters, Sean O’Connor has established a record of success in license reinstatement.

 

His excellent track record and professionalism has been utilized by various Toronto Film Production companies. He provides focused representation for complex cases and appeals in the Ontario Court system under the Provincial Offenses Act.

Gerri Camus

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Senior Paralegal

Fondly referred to as “mini but mighty” by those who know her well, Gerri is an experienced Litigation Paralegal focusing primarily in the areas of Small Claims and Accident Benefits. She believes that a person focused approach helps bring about the best outcomes for her clients.

 

As former Chair of the Licensed Paralegal Association’s Governance/LSUC Committee, co-founder and Vice President of the Women’s Paralegal Association of Ontario and an avid advocate for paralegals, Gerri has participated in meetings with the LSUC, the Attorney General and other important stakeholders. She also co-authored a white paper on Paralegal Immigration Scope of Practice (Bill C-35), co-authored a submission paper to the LSUC on Alternate Business Structures and was involved in the presentation before the Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly that included proposed amendment to the Stronger Protection for Ontario Consumer’s Act, 2013, namely the Collection Agencies Act (Bill 55).

 

Gerri is also a participant in the Ministry of the Attorney General’s POA Modernization Expert Table and well as an Organizational Member of the Law Society of Upper Canada’s Equity Advisory Group.

Kristina MacDonald

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Senior Paralegal

Kristina is a paralegal and graduated with honours with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Sir Wilfrid Laurier University in 2004.

 

With a passion for criminal law, she worked with Marshall Sack, Q.C. a legendary criminal lawyer who was famous for not only big wins but standing up for the little guy. This fueled Kristina’s passion for criminal defence work.

 

In 2008, Kristina was in the round of paralegals first licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Since 2011, Kristina has been a sole practitioner doing work for lawyers, paralegals and accused persons. She has maintained the high caliber of work she performed since beginning her practice.

 

Kristina is a board member of O.P.O.A.G. (Ontario Provincial Offences Advocacy Group), and a regular member of the W.P.A.O. (Women’s Paralegal Association of Ontario). Kristina also sits on other boards not related to her practice.

 

With all her experience in the criminal justice system, Kristina saw the need for quality education. She joined the instructor roster at Cestar College teaching component of the paralegal program.

John Papadakis

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Senior Paralegal

A resident of Scarborough for several years John has distinguished himself in service to his communities for many decades.

 

John served as Ward 3 East York Councillor from 1991 to 1994. During his term of office, he chaired several council committees, including Transportation, Fire Department, Human Resources, Public Relations and Public Safety. In addition, he was also chosen to serve as Deputy Mayor and Acting Mayor.

 

John’s community activity has never depended on being an elected member of Council; he has put himself at the forefront of many critical issues, including leading the fight to preserve the East York Civic Centre and the War Memorial Gardens as assets of the community, and initiating the demand for East York to have its rightful third council seat after amalgamation of Metro Toronto. Organized and succeed in a team effort to stop the provincial governments attempt to implement Administrative Monetary Penalty. A graduate of York University (Glendon) in Political Science, a Provincial Instructor in (BEM) Basic Emergency Management with Ontario Government, Emergency Management Ontario.

 

John is a PARALEGAL and member of the    Law Society of Upper Canada with his area of practice in Highway Traffic Act, Provincial Offences, Condominium Tribunal / Act, Cyber Security and Cyber Attack Investigations and Litigation, Emergency Management, Disaster Response, Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment, Energy Billing Investigations and Litigation.  He is the Founder and Executive Director of Community Emergency Preparedness Association and Commander for Community Emergency Response Teams Canada and co founder and Vice-Chairman of the National Cybersecurity Task Force Canada.