With more than 10 year's experience, Laurelly has extensive knowledge of the Canadian legal system. She is a relentless litigator, obtaining the best results for her clients.
Practicing out of 2 offices in Ontario, Laurelly's Areas of Practice include but are not limited to:
CRIMINAL DEFENSE: Charter of Rights and Freedoms; CDSA Drug Offences; Homicide; Assault; Sexual Assault; Property Offences; and Youth Criminal Justice Act Offences.
PERSONAL INJURY: Motor Vehicle Accidents; Dog Bites; Occupier's Liability Claims; Employment; and Corporate.
CLIENTS INCLUDE: Those charged with criminal offences; plaintiffs in civil matters; model & actress Jasmine Lorimer; national not-for profit corporations; and international corporations.
Notable achievements include assisting on three homicide trials, specifically at the jury level for initial jury trial of current Supreme Court of Canada, Her Majesty the Queen v. Clifford Kokopenace, 2015 SCC 28, and arguing Driol v. Canadian National Railway  BCCA 74 at the BC Court of Appeal.