“As a lawyer who works with people facing difficult and frustrating situations that impact their daily lives, I am empathetic and understanding of their challenges. This motivates me to work persistently to resolve their issues in a timely and effective manner.”
As a skilled litigator, Rajnoop values the importance of listening to her clients to gain an in-depth understanding of their issues and remaining calm, even in times of intense pressure.
After studying law at two of the most prestigious schools in India and Canada – University of Delhi and Osgoode – Rajnoop was called to the All India Bar in 2014 and the Ontario Bar in 2016. Her international legal experience includes a clerkship with a Judge at the Court of Appeal in India and legal internships with the Additional Solicitor General of India as well as other lawyers at the Supreme Court of India, Courts of Appeal and the Juvenile Court. She has also worked as a law student at a full service national law firm and a national women’s organization.
Through her legal work experiences, she discovered her passion for advocacy and interest in real estate law, particularly condominium law. Rajnoop joined Fine & Deo not only for their reputation and expertise in condominium law but for the firm’s openness and collegiality.
Rajnoop assists clients with a diverse range of legal issues, which she considers to be a major benefit of her job. She advises condominium corporations on their legal rights and responsibilities with respect to all areas of condominium law. She also represents clients at various levels of Ontario’s civil courts.
Rajnoop attends condominium meetings and provides advice and written opinions to condominium boards of directors. When her clients face frustrating situations or obstacles, Rajnoop not only brings the analytical skills and aptitude of an effective advocate but also empathy, patience, and composure to put her clients at ease.
A self-proclaimed nerd, Rajnoop loves to read. She also enjoys travelling and has taken up skiing as a way to embrace the Canadian winters.