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Brianna Brady

Paralegal

Brianna grew up in the Niagara Region and always knew that she wanted to work in the legal field. After graduating from high school she attended Niagara College and graduated from the Law Clerk Program. As a component of that Law Clerk Program, Brianna completed a co-op placement at a mid-size law firm in Niagara Falls in the Litigation Department. Brianna remained working with that same firm for ten years following graduation.

During her time as a Law Clerk, Brianna worked in various law firms ranging in size, specialties, and accomplishments throughout multiple jurisdictions including: Toronto, Burlington, Hamilton, and the Niagara Region. Being a law clerk allowed Brianna to become accustomed to working proficiently, thoroughly, and to the highest standards possible.

At one firm, Brianna was part of a team that was a pioneer in working without paper. As a result, Brianna became a vital part in introducing and upgrading new technology and software in order to prepare for a paperless future in the law firms where she worked.

After gaining extensive experience, Brianna decided it was time to return to college to pursue Paralegal training at Mohawk College in Hamilton. Brianna completed the Paralegal Program in 2020, obtaining Deans List status in all four semesters and graduating with Honours.

Brianna feels that her many years of experience as a law clerk adds to her ability to assist clients and provide them with their best possible outcome. Brianna is aware that the law can often be intimidating and overwhelming. Brianna’s goal is to help her clients navigate through the legal system and alleviate the stress that often comes with pursuing their legal rights.

When not in the office, Brianna enjoys spending time with her partner, Daniel, and their two children. You will often find Brianna at the hockey rink cheering on her son in true Hockey Mom style or walking with her baby daughter. When possible, her family likes to travel and gain life experiences together.