"I am hard-working and driven to find solutions to my clients' problems."
Personable, driven to find solutions, hard-working and relatable, Julia is a firm believer in delivering successful results with no half measures.
Though initially trained as an interior designer, Julia realized she wanted increased challenge. Upon completing her articles in litigation with the Crown Law Office – Civil, she was drawn to the growing area of condominium law and its many facets including human rights, employment, and corporate law.
While in law school, Julia served as a Managing Editor of the University of Western Ontario Journal of Legal Studies, a student-run, online, open access law review. This experience allowed Julia to gain invaluable research, writing and editing skills.
Julia is passionate about resolving issues that her clients face. She asks questions, is tenacious, and doesn’t quit until she finds a solution. This level of inquisitiveness, combined with her engaging and relatable nature, not only puts clients at ease, it also helps move their cases along efficiently and effectively.
Julia is a member of both the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO) and the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI). She also writes and speaks about condominium law in Ontario.
Julia, who is bilingual in Russian, has travelled extensively throughout South East Asia, an experience she credits with broadening her understanding of people and teaching her that there is often more to a situation than what meets the eye. She is a yoga devotee and frequently volunteers with Lawyers Feed the Hungry.