Advocate Daily Post
No two days are ever the same in family law, where many clients share similar stories, but each has their own unique and personal perspective, Toronto family lawyer Jennifer Samara Shuber tells Canadian Lawyer.
In an article featuring eight lawyers discussing the pros and cons of working in their respective cities and practice areas, Shuber, partner with Basman Smith LLP, says family law is constantly changing.
Family law clients are a diverse group, with a wide range of cultural experiences and coming from different socio-economic backgrounds, she says in the article. There is a lot of variety when it comes to what makes up the practice of family law: client meetings; drafting; preparing financial statements; attending in court, on a mediation, or an arbitration; communicating with opposing counsel; negotiating; participating in a disclosure meeting following a custody and access assessment . . . the list is endless.