Nadine Abboud is a licensed paralegal and a member of the Law Society of Ontario after graduating from Seneca College in 2016. She also has an Alternative Dispute and Resolution Certificate and is a member of the Ontario Paralegal Association since 2016. Prior to obtaining her Paralegal license, she attended the University of Toronto-St. George in a Human Biology Program before deciding to pursue a career in law. She is currently attending Ryerson University to complete her BA in Criminology and will eventually attend Law School.
Nadine has extensive knowledge and skills, and has represented clients, in Small Claims Court, Provincial Offences Court, Ontario Court of Justice (Summary Convictions), Provincial and Federal Administrative Tribunals, and Landlord and Tenant disputes. She is also able to provide legal services to clients relating to an Immigration and Refugee Board hearing for Immigration matters. Throughout her time with Taragh, she has successfully assisted many clients with their permanent residency, Citizenship, work permit extensions or Family sponsorships.
Nadine is also gaining extensive experience in relation to Family Law, and assists Taragh with the preparation of court documents and Agreements, which will ultimately assist her in her endevours to become a lawyer.