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Kendra S. Swallow

Associate
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P: 416-593-3981
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  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2017
  • J.D., University of Western Ontario, 2016
  • School of Policy Studies , Queen’s University, 2013
 Overview

Kendra's developing family law practice encompasses many issues, including drafting domestic contracts, negotiating separation agreements, navigating property and support issues and assisting clients with parenting disputes. Her goal is always to provide her clients with a solutions-oriented approach to help them achieve their objectives.

During law school, Kendra developed a strong passion for oral advocacy, qualifying for the annual Walsh moot and placing second in the Regional American Bar Association Negotiation Competition in Springfield, Massachusetts.

Prior to law school, Kendra worked in sport, working closely on athlete issues. During her legal studies, Kendra continued her athlete work as the Program Manager of the Sport Solution Legal Clinic, helping amateur athletes with sport issues including funding, team selection, contract disputes and doping allegations. Kendra also chaired Western Law's successful inaugural Wellness Week, which has become a university-wide event to encourage good mental health practices for students.

 Education
  • J.D., University of Western Ontario, 2016
  • School of Policy Studies , Queen’s University, 2013
 Practice Areas  Called to the Bar
  • Called to the Bar of Ontario, 2017
 Assistant

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 Memberships

Memberships

  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates' Society
  • Young Women in Law
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