"The practice of condominium law is not so black and white. Providing accurate and reliable legal advice requires diligence, care, and assertiveness. I take great pride in delivering that to my clients every day.”
A highly accomplished litigator, Dalia approaches each case with a laser-sharp focus in order to find the right path and achieve the proper solution for her clients.
Prior to joining Fine & Deo as a litigation associate, Dalia earned an LL.B (Honours) from the Faculty of Law at The University of Kent in the United Kingdom. She continues to represent Kent’s law faculty, advising and supporting prospective students as an Ambassador. While pursuing her law degree at Kent, Dalia also studied Private International Law at The Hague Academy of International Law in Den Hague, Netherlands. Her time at the Hague and the training she received from some of the most highly-regarded lawyers in the world proved to be valuable and informative for her current work in condominium litigation.
Upon graduation, Dalia found herself drawn to condominium law for its broad application and the varied nature of the issues it encompasses. Her skill as a litigator and deep knowledge of condominium law allows Dalia to give her clients reliable and accurate legal advice. She also believes in providing her clients with an extremely high level of service. Dalia is dedicated, attentive, and sensitive to her clients’ goals and the outcomes they hope to achieve.
Outside of the office, Dalia is involved in the condominium industry in several capacities. She has had work published in Condo Voice magazine and is a member of the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI). She is also a member of the Women’s Law Association. Dalia enjoys yoga and is fluent in Assyrian.