Camelia Amiri joined Ambrosino Law Group as an associate in 2017 after completing her articles at a leading litigation boutique law firm in downtown Toronto. During her articles, Camelia was involved in all aspects of the litigation process and frequently appeared before the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice.
Prior to articling, Camelia received her Juris Doctor from Queen’s University where she was involved in various legal clinics and volunteering initiatives, such as the Queen’s Family Law Clinic, Queen’s Legal Aid, Queen’s Elder Law Clinic, and the Pro Bono Students Canada Correctional Law Project.
Her work at the Queen’s Family Law Clinic solidified her interest in family law. During this time, Camelia assisted self-representing litigants through separations, custody and access disputes, and support issues. She also regularly attended the Superior Court of Justice in Kingston where she assisted duty counsel.
At Ambrosino Law Group, Camelia is a valued member of our team. She has experience before all levels of court in Ontario, including the Ontario Court of Justice, the Superior Court of Justice, and the Divisional Court. She has also assisted senior counsel on matters before the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Camelia regularly assists clients with complex property/business valuation and income determination issues. She also has extensive experience handling complicated child and spousal support cases, vesting of property, and trust claims.
Camelia is results oriented and committed to helping her clients achieve optimal results in the most cost effective manner possible. She is skilled in high-conflict custody/access litigation and has represented clients on a number of contempt motions. Camelia’s approach to the resolution of custody/access and parenting issues is always responsible and child focused.
Camelia is a member of the Law Society of Ontario.
In addition to her law degree, Camelia also holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Psychology degree from York University.