Mr. Mattis is aformer Crown Attorney with experience working at Guns and Gang Special Prosecution Unit in Toronto. As a Defence Counsel he has argued cases at the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Ontario Superior Court. He is also a member of the Legal Aid Serious Crime Panel.
The following are the type of cases that Maurice is currently defending:
Some of Maurice recent successes includes;
Mr. Mattis can be reach through email at email@example.com or (647)348-6588
Nakita obtained her undergraduate degree at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. She achieved a Bachelor’s of Arts and graduated with Honours in 2012. Her major was law with a strong statistics background. In 2012 I was accepted to Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. She graduated in 2015.
I have started my legal career with Mattis Law Professional Corporation as an Articling Student. I was called to the bar in 2017 and have since had a vast range of experience in conducting bail hearings, crown pre-trials, judicial pre-trials, preliminary hearings, pleas ad sentencings. I have worked on cases including: assault, aggravated assault, dangerous weapons, assault with a weapon, theft, fraud, possession on the purposes of trafficking, breach, attempted murder, murder, animal cruelty, mischief, break and enter, robbery, uttering threats, advertising sexual services, and an array of gun and drug offences. I have experience in Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice (High Court), addictions court, mental health court, youth court, and federal court.
I became a lawyer to fight for my client’s rights. At Mattis Law Professional Corporation we bring any and all applications to ensure that our clients were dealt with in accordance with their rights. I have brought an abundance of applications including; third party record application, Rowbotham application, Charter applications, Garofoli applications, Applications to have a speedy trial, and Certiorari applications. I am always eager to take on a new case and strive for client satisfaction.
Paul completed his undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry from the University of Waterloo and his Juris Doctor from the University of Victoria. Paul's diverse career has taken him from sales at a multinational corporation, digital mapping at a major utility and managing his own IT consulting firm. Paul has specialized in wills and estates,
real estate and corporate/commercial law. Paul enjoys spending his free time with his family on ski and hiking trails.
Leanna is involved with conducting legal matters, advising clients and assisting them with various legal maters. Leanna has experience as a civil litigation lawyer and a crown prosecutor for federal and provincial court.
Leanna Obtained her law degree from the University of the West Indies. She is a member of the Law Societies of Alberta, of Saskatchewan and of Upper Canada, as well as a member of the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago.
Leanna enjoys practicing criminal law and she likes the fast pace and trial oriented attitude of this firm. She loves assisting her clients and interacting with colleagues. She is focused on getting the best results for clients, whether it be a result of a trial or a negotiated plea.
Leanna is an executive member (member at large) of National SOGI committee of the Canada Bar Association and enjoys yoga, movies, gardening.
Andrew works with Senior Counsel, Maurice J. Mattis, in positioning firm as one of if not the leading provider of criminal litigation services both at the trial and appellate level in the Greater Toronto Area.
Lead out in positioning firm as a leading and go to source for criminal appellate legal services in the British Caribbean basin.
Michelle has a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and a Honors Bachelor Degree in Political Science from University of Toronto.
During her time in law school, Michelle interned with Legal Aid Cambodia – a non profit organization dedicated to providing legal services for low income communities.
Michelle worked predominantly with women and advocated for an end to violence against women, sexual tourism and sexual assault. Michelle also summered at the Human Rights Legal Support Center in the legal department by assisting persons who faced discrimination contrary to the Ontario Human Rights Code. Before starting with Mattis Law, Michelle participated in the Feminist Advocacy Program through Osgoode Hall and volunteered with the Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic. While engaging with feminist works, Michelle worked alongside survivors of domestic violence in the Family Law Division.
Michelle is committed to assisting vulnerable communities in achieving access to justice. She decided to join Mattis Law because of its close ties with marginalized communities and The Firm’s strong reputation for advocacy. The most satisfying thing about this line of work is empowering individuals who have been socially, historically or economically disempowered. It has been a pleasure amplifying the voices of the clients I work with.
Michelle will continue to practice law from anti-oppressive lens, while challenging facets of the law that attempt to weaken or isolate communities.
Outside of work, Michelle likes to binge on Netflix, indulge in retail therapy and spend time with family and friends.
I am an articling student at Mattis Law tasked with performing research, making court appearances and meeting with clients. I received my juris doctor from the University of Melbourne in Australia and my undergraduate degree in Philosophy from Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. Before this I worked in heavy duty construction for a number of years and I worked on my father’s farm.
I am working towards becoming a lawyer because I have always had an interest in criminal law and helping people at a time in their life when they need it. My top accomplishment so far is being given the opportunity to actually participate in the legal system. At Mattis Law, even as a student-at-law you are expected to be an active part of the legal team. For example, one occasion when I met with a client in custody at the courthouse, then spoke to the Crown about having his charges dropped. The Crown agreed and I personally spoke to the matter in court. I also enjoy the research part of the job, criminal law is a complex subject and there is always something new to learn.
Outside of work I am on my way to becoming an officer in the Canadian Army involved with the Argyll and Sutherland army cadet unit in Hamilton, Ontario. I play guitar and enjoy being physically active.
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