Roshanne graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. She obtained her undergraduate degree in Public Policy and Business Management from York University.
During her studies at the University of Ottawa, Roshanne zealously advocated for the rights of minorities and marginalized people while a member of Pro Bono Students Canada, and sitting as the Co-President of the Black Law Students’ Association of Ottawa.
Her fierce passion for advancing the rights of those in need has extended to her vast litigation practice where she has specialized in personal injury since 2014. Representing a diverse clientele, Roshanne currently has a colourful practice in corporate, real estate and estate litigation, working closely with senior counsel to develop creative strategies to produce cost-efficient results.
She is an active member of the legal community belonging to the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, as well as the Caribbean and Christian communities in the Greater Toronto Area. She is emphatically committed to mentoring youth, aspiring lawyers, and mobilizing social change.
Our pro bono practice builds up on the experience of our professionals locally and worldwide to improve the lives of those without access to justice.
Our goal of pro bono practice is to achieve excellent results for clients in need. Those who come to us for help often experience harm, so we look for opportunities to remedy through our work.
For years, we have been in the position to advance social justice and the rule of law by providing legal services at no cost. We continue that tradition with a commitment to excellent performance, practice diversity, and global reach in our pro bono work.