Ines is building a broad litigation practice that encompasses commercial disputes involving construction, environmental, banking and complex multi-party litigation. She is described as a passionate lawyer who strives to achieve pragmatic solutions for her clients.
Ines brings valuable banking litigation experience to her role. As an articling student, she appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice and has supported counsel at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
During her time in law school, Ines worked at Osgoode’s Community Legal Aid Clinic where she represented clients in family law disputes and appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice where she advocated for her clients. Ines also worked with the Ontario Deputy Judges Association where she provided legal research to Deputy Judges on all areas of law.
Prior to law school, Ines obtained a Master’s Degree in Criminology and Socio-Legal Studies where she researched the philosophical underpinning of law and law’s impact on social behaviour. Ines also obtained an Honours degree in Criminology at York University where she was awarded the Criminology Book Prize for best research paper on the topic of penology.