Angeline Clarke is a Canadian qualified lawyer.
Ms. Clarke attended law school at the University of Windsor and was the recipient of the Delos Rogest Davis, K.C. Memorial Award. She graduated law school with a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in June 2003.
After law school Ms. Clarke worked as part of the Change Management Team at CIBC Mortgages & Lending. She has since continued her pursuit of law and after articling with a Mississauga law firm, was called to the bar of the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Prior to law School Ms. Clarke obtained her Honours B.A. in Political Science and Mass Communications from York University. She ranked in the top 5% of the entire student body during her final year of undergraduate studies, making the Dean’s list for outstanding academic achievement. Ms. Clarke subsequently enrolled in the M.A. program in Political Science at York University.
Over the span of a fifteen year practice, Ms. Clarke has been engaged in Property Law (including construction liens, commercial real estate, residential real estate), Corporate/Commercial law, Family Law and Wills & Estates Law.
Ms. Clarke now serves as Corporate Counsel to a Canadian Corporation.
Called to the Ontario Bar (Law Society of Upper Canada)
LL.B, University of Windsor
B.A. (Hons.), York University
Angeline Clarke has always been actively involved in the community and continues to be a mentor and role model.
Membership / Associations
She is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association, Peel Lawyers Association and Hamilton Lawyers Association.
A.Z. CLARKE Professional Corporation
Law Firm in the Community
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