Patricia Brown is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan, and the Province of Ontario Canada. She practices in the areas of Criminal Defense; Mental Health; and Immigration Law. She also represents clients before the Ontario Court of Justice; Superior Court of Justice; The Court of Appeals for Ontario; Provincial Offences Court; the Supreme Court of Canada; the Immigration Refugee Board of Canada; The Consent and Capacity Board and the Ontario Review Board.
Patricia Brown completed her undergraduate degrees at the University of Windsor. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Family and Social Relations, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She completed her law degree at Western Michigan University Cooley Law School, where she obtained her Juris Doctorate in Law.
Patricia Brown became a licensed lawyer in the State of Michigan, and was called to the bar in Ontario.
Phone: 519 997-2777
Monique is a full time Legal Assistant with the Law Office of Patricia Brown. Monique handles work for all the firm's Lawyers within the areas of Criminal Law; Mental Health and Immigration Law. Monique McNeil has graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario, with a BA in Sociology.
Junior Associate Lawyer
Stephen completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Sociology at the University of Toronto, and then later attended law school and graduated from the Dual Juris Doctor program offered jointly by the University of Windsor and the University of Detroit-Mercy. While a law student in Detroit, Stephen assisted both Washtenaw County and Wayne County as a student lawyer for their criminal legal aid offices. After graduating from both law schools, Stephen articled under Patricia Brown and is now a junior associate at her Chatham Office.
Stephen is licensed to practice law in the Province of Ontario, Canada. The primary focus of his work as a lawyer are in the areas of Criminal Defence, Provincial Offences (Highway Traffic Act) and Mental Health Law. He has appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice, and has experience with Gladue principles and their application to Indigenous offenders. Stephen has a passion for criminal defence advocacy, and is more than happy to assist clients on legal aid.
Adana is an internationally trained lawyer with a Bachelor of Laws from the University of London. She graduated with Honours from the Hugh Wooding Law School in Trinidad and Tobago, where she subsequently practised for seven years in the fields of probate, real estate, family law and civil litigation.
In search of new challenges and experiences, she is now a qualified lawyer in the Province of Ontario and an associate with us, practising in the areas of Criminal Law, Immigration Law and Mental Health Law. Her vast experience has translated well into her current practice areas and she is truly passionate about her calling as a lawyer and genuine desire to assist her clients.
She has appeared before various levels of Courts and tribunals in the Province including the Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice and the Consent and Capacity Board.
Collect call: 519-351-1770
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