Burlington, L7N 3J5
Profession(s)Barrister, Lawyer, Solicitor
Since 1996, Elizabeth has restricted her practice to Family Law and for the past 10 years, the core of her practice has been Collaborative Practice.
McMaster University, 1986
B.A. Honours Degree in Political Science and Economics
Osgoode Hall Law School, 1989
Elizabeth has continued her education to keep up to date of family law and constructive process options. She has attended countless seminars, workshops and family law and professional collaborative conferences. She takes her role seriously in assisting families “in transition” and exercises compassion with her clients by recognizing their concerns and helping them resolve their differences with their partners with dignity and respect. Elizabeth has the perseverance, strong work ethic and exceptional negotiation skills required to help her clients to achieve the most appropriate resolution to any family law dispute or problem.
5- Day Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training
Participated in Collaborative Training facilitated by Brian Gailbraith and Deborah Graham's training Team (40 hours May 2020) as a Coach and to fulfill requirements to be accredited as a Collaborative trainer).
September 2020: Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training via Zoom
January 2021: Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training via Zoom
September 2021: Collaborative Training Team's Interdisciplinary Collaborative Training. The dates are: September 23, 24, 29, 30 and October 1, 2021. The training will be delivered through Zoom video-conferencing.
5- Full Day Training to meet current OACP standards
3- Full Day training to attain Level two Collaborative Training