Ian M. Shemesh is a (P1) Licensed Paralegal 2012, Graduated with Honours, Member of the Law Society of Ontario, Member of the Ontario Paralegal Association 2009-2012 – Worked at Leora Shemesh (Criminal Lawyer) – Criminal Law Chambers 2005-2009 – Worked in the capacity of Lease Review for Property Management Group, knowledge in contracts, and negotiation of Leases.
As a Paralegal licensed by the Law Society of Ontario, Ian practices in various Tribunals, Small Claims Courts and argues Criminal Code (Summary Offence) matters. Ian represents individuals at the Landlord and Tenant Board, and other Tribunals, including Provincial Offences such as Highway Traffic Act charges. Ian provides legal assistance and advice to those who are involved in civil disputes, collections of debts, and other civil lawsuit claims.
- York University Psychology Degree (1989-1991)
- Paralegal Education Graduate (2012)
- Member of Law Society of Ontario (2012)
- Member of Ontario Paralegal Association formally known as Paralegal Society of Ontario. (2012)
- Legal Studies on a daily basis with advanced knowledge of all areas of law within scope of practice.
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