Julie Stanchieri is one of Canada’s leading family lawyers, and lead counsel to Stanchieri Family Law in Toronto.
Beyond her remarkable case specific achievements, Julie has a deep understanding and perspective of how family law affects those who look to the Court for assistance in times of crises. She is a lawyer who cares deeply about her clients and the quality of service she passes on to them. For her clients, she is their protective guardian of what is most important to them and what they stand to lose in the process.
Outside of the practice, her commitment to the advancement of the law and her own abilities is obvious. Julie holds a specialized Masters Degree of Law in Family Disputes, an accomplished family law mediator and arbitrator, and an active member of the legal community with memberships in the Advocates’ Society, Collaborative Practice Toronto, and the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts.
Above all, Julie Stanchieri is an inspiration to those who want to succeed and carve out their own way of practice in law. Listen to her as she describes how she became who she is today, and with some long and ambitious strides, how you might trace her path along the trail.
Ep. #28: Julie Stanchieri: Be the calm in the storm.
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