Thomson Rogers Welcomes New Associate Elysia MartiniOctober 1, 2021
Elysia started with Thomson Rogers in 2019 as a summer and articling student and joined the firm’s Family Law group as an Associate in 2021.
Elysia graduated from the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law in 2020, receiving the Class of 1967 Prize for the second-highest average in her final year of law school.
While in school, Elysia was a volunteer coordinator at Pro Bono Students Canada, assisting family law lawyers on pro-bono files, and organizing visits and placements in law firms for first year law students to gain experience and exposure to family law. She was also a senior editor at the law school’s Journal of Law and Equality, which aims to promote critical and informed debate on equality issues in Canada.
Elysia was selected for the University of Toronto’s competitive mooting program, competing and coaching in the Walsh Family Law Moot, where the University of Toronto achieved first place in 2020. She and her teammates tackled complex matrimonial property division disputes involving property in the evolving field of assisted human reproduction.
To learn more about Elysia’s practice please visit www.thomsonrogers.com/directory/elysia-martini/
Established in 1936, Thomson Rogers is a leading Ontario plaintiff litigation firm specializing in personal injury, class action, municipal, family, employment and education litigation. Our personal injury group has a reputation for taking on the most complex and challenging litigation matters ranking as one of Canada’s Top 10 Personal Injury law firms. Our class action group deals with a complete array of mass tort cases in personal injury, product liability and institutional abuse. Our municipal law group is active in all areas of land development, including environmental assessments and expropriations. Our family law group provides representation in family/matrimonial litigation. Our employment litigation group is experienced in contractual disputes including wrongful dismissal, employment agreements and defamation. Our education law group advises school boards about education law, labour relations, and employment. Our lawyers regularly argue cases before the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. We advocate before administrative boards and tribunals across the Province, are leaders of major legal associations and active in the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.
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