About Myself


My legal education began in Poland where I graduated with a Master’s Degree in Civil Law from Silesian University.

In 1996, I obtained a Bachelor Law Degree in Common Law (LL.B) at the University of Saskatchewan.

I was an active board member of the Open Door Society (a government sponsored organization which helps with refugee settlement) and also served as a translator/interpreter in Saskatoon court, helping new immigrants with various legal matters. I started my own publishing company which was active until my relocation to St. Catharines.

I completed articling with Sullivan & Mahoney, was called to the Bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada in 1998 and started my sole practice shortly thereafter.

I am a former member of Torch International’s St. Catharines’ Chapter and a former board member of the Niagara Children’s Chorus.

In my office, I have two reliable and knowledgeable assistants who make my practice very efficient. I speak fluently in Polish and I also speak some Russian, which allows me to offer my services to a more diverse group of clientele.

During the course of developing my practice, I have gained experience in many areas of law, including criminal law. Today, I focus on family law, real estate and wills and estates.

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