Pooja was called to the Ontario Bar in 2019 after completing a work placement at an estates litigation boutique as a part of the Ryerson Law Practice Program.
Pooja studied law abroad at City University London where she was actively involved in providing pro bono legal services. She has advised on a range of corporate, commercial and intellectual property matters for tech start-ups and small business clients through Start-Ed Pro Bono Legal Clinic. She also handled landlord and tenant issues at the Islington Law Clinic and was an advocate for domestic violence survivors at the National Centre for Domestic Violence.
Prior to law school, she gained dispute resolution experience working at a prominent Bay Street law firm developing a background in employment and labour law, human rights and immigration matters. Pooja obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Law & Society/Sociology as well as a Master of Public Policy, Administration & Law from York University.
Her practice focuses on a broad range of civil and commercial litigation, construction, and employment and labour law matters.
In her spare time, Pooja enjoys exploring Toronto’s arts and culture scene, volunteering at the Toronto International Film Festival, and listening to true crime podcasts.