Sajila has a broad practice in family and estates law. She brings experience handling a wide variety of issues including support, parenting disputes, the validity and interpretation of wills, and professional negligence. Sajila approaches each client matter with empathy, integrity, and a commitment to achieving the best possible outcomes. Her ability to communicate effectively and build trust makes her a compassionate advocate for her clients in what are often complex and sensitive matters.
Sajila provides clients with practical and tailored advice based on their unique objectives. Clients can always count on Sajila’s research, organizational skills, attention to detail and professionalism.
In law school, Sajila volunteered with Pro Bono Students Canada at the FCJ Refugee Centre, where she gained experience in casework and legal document preparation. Additionally, she completed an intensive placement at the Federal Court of Canada, honing her skills in research and legal drafting.