Dina is effective at finding solutions to our clients’ legal issues while keeping in mind the desired outcome of the client. Dina works diligently to meet the needs of our clients and is a zealous advocate for our clients.
Dina practices in our Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group where her focus is on commercial litigation, risk management and dispute resolution. Dina has appeared before the Provincial Court of Alberta and the Court of King’s Bench of Alberta. Dina joined the firm as a student in 2019 and was called to the Alberta Bar in 2020. Dina earned her law degree at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, British Columbia. While in law school, Dina interned internationally in Frankfurt and brings with her an international understanding of corporate law. She actively gives back to the community and after her first year of law school, travelled to Kenya and helped establish a non-profit organization that provides humanitarian aid to children and youth.
While attending law school Dina was also a member of the varsity cross country running team and helped organize the annual student run conference on the topic of Access to Justice.
Prior to attending law school, Dina received her Bachelor of Commerce with a specialization in Finance at the University of Alberta. When Dina is not engaging in her work life, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family, being outdoors, travelling and staying active.
Member, Law Society of Alberta
Member, Calgary Bar Association
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Association of Women Lawyers
Volunteer, Mustard Seed
Thompson Rivers University, J.D., 2019
University of Alberta, BCom, 2016
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