After being called to the bar, Samara spent two years as an associate at one of Toronto’s top corporate and commercial litigation boutiques. Now she’s using her argumentative nature to defend civil liberties and Charter rights.
She developed her interest in criminal law while clerking for Justice Louis LeBel at the Supreme Court of Canada. There, she embraced the challenge of finding solutions for intricate and intellectually demanding problems.
Samara studied at Osgoode Hall Law School, where she graduated with the Silver Medal and numerous class prizes, including awards in Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure. She was called to the Ontario bar in 2014.
Samara is determined, client-focused, and innovative in her thinking. She loves nothing more than tackling urgent and complex client problems.
When she’s not solving legal puzzles, she’s battling against the massive power of nature on canoe and camping trips.