Lianna returned to Neinstein in summer 2018 to complete her articles, and is now an associate with the firm.
Lianna is a recent graduate from the University of Windsor Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, she obtained a Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Ryerson University. Lianna went on to complete her Masters of Public Policy and Administration from Ryerson University.
Lianna has had hands-on experience working within the healthcare system. Having worked as a Registered Nurse in a busy Toronto Emergency Department, she has an unique and valuable understanding of the medical complexities involved in personal injury and medical malpractice cases.
While at Windsor, Lianna focused her electives on civil litigation courses such as Insurance Law, Health Law and Mental Health Law. She has served as a peer mentor for incoming law students and has been an active member of Pro Bono Students Canada and the Medical Malpractice and Professional Liability Association.
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