Barrister & Solicitor
Neda Amini is a result-focused individual and a passionate human rights activist. Her experience is across multifaceted industries implementing complex strategies. She has observed and reported on the treatment of youth in Cambodian jails, and worked directly with vulnerable populations in Toronto, including at-risk youth, families living below poverty level, new immigrants, and people living with mental and physical disabilities.
Prior to practicing law Ms. Amini drafted strategic communications strategies for various government agencies. After graduating from Osgoode Hall law school, she assisted the Cambodian government in drafting their Youth Criminal Code. Her experience includes significant litigation in family, criminal and estate law. Ms. Amini prides herself in her efforts to make legal services financially accessible to everyone.
✦ Legal Experience: Licensed lawyer under the Law Society of Upper Canada. Superior litigation skills. Strong working knowledge of various legal documents including municipal by-laws, provincial and federal statutes and regulatory policies. Proven record in analyzing, summarizing and reporting on evidence in criminal and civil cases.
✦ Internal & External Communications: Solid training in communications and public relations. Skilled in translating subject matter into comprehensive content for target audience. Diplomatic with outstanding active listening and presentation skills. Meticulous researcher and analyzer with exceptional writing and editing skills. Skills crucial for trials.
✦ Superior investigative Skills: Extensive experience reviewing and analyzing legal, financial, medical and personal documents for accuracy, contradictions, missing information, mismanagement and fraud. Ability to identifying breaches and criminal offenses based on regulations, policies and legislation.