Jory is an Associate Lawyer in our Plaintiff Personal Injury Practice Group. Jory’s litigation practice includes supporting clients who have suffered injuries and loss as a result of car crashes, medical malpractice, and who have been denied benefits by insurance companies. She understands the physical, emotional and financial challenges that her clients and their loved ones experience, as well as the toll and frustrations that can follow the impairment of personal independence and loss of dignity. The legal landscape surrounding personal injury law is complex. Jory works compassionately with her clients to help guide them through the process and helps them move towards rebuilding their lives through rehabilitation, recovery and a fair and just resolution.
Jory is a member of the Ontario Bar Association, the Advocate’s Society, the Middlesex Law Association, and the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association. A graduate of the Dual JD Program at Windsor Law and Detroit Mercy Law, she obtained a JD Degree from both law schools, graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a Dean’s Scholar. Jory was inducted into the Frank Murphy Honor Society due to her academic achievements at Detroit Mercy Law. During law school, Jory interned at the Detroit State Defender’s Office, and acted as an intake worker in the Essex County Youth Diversion Program. During her undergraduate degree in which she majored in English Literature and minored in Global Studies, Jory was captain of the Wilfrid Laurier women’s lacrosse team and was an Aramark Academic-Athletic Scholarship recipient. She spent her year after graduation working as the head coach of the Laurier women’s lacrosse team and today, Jory continues to coach youth hockey and lacrosse teams.
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