Toronto Personal Injury Law – Joanna Leong

Joanna earned her law degree from Queen’s University in 2007 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2008. While studying at Queen’s, she was an active volunteer in the Queen’s Law community and was awarded the David Sabbath Prize in Tax Theory and Policy upon graduation. Prior to joining Pace Law Firm, Joanna worked…

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Toronto Personal Injury Law – Al Pace

Al Pace is the Founder and Principal of Pace Law Firm. He has practiced law for more than 30 years and has earned a stellar reputation for skill and outstanding client service. As CEO of Pace Law Firm, Al takes a personal interest in all of the firm’s cases to ensure the highest standards of…

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Overcoming Injury

If any of our blog’s readers have been injured and are going through some hardship, this story may give you more hope. Here is an amazing story of a woman who is overcoming unbelievable hardship with poise and determination: Cyndi Desjardins has been overwhelmed by the community’s support while working toward reclaiming her life. The…

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Be Careful With Social Media

Here’s an interesting piece from Lawyers.com about being careful with your social media accounts, especially if you’re involved in legal proceedings. While the rules vary from place to place on how the law treats social media, one thing is clear: Proceed with caution. “Lawyers need to counsel their clients about social media and to instruct…

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