Emily Dyer is an associate lawyer at Cugelman and Eisen who represents clients in all manner of criminal and provincial offenses trials. Emily is focused on obtaining the best possible results for her clients, while keeping them informed and involved throughout the court process.
Emily articled with Cugelman and Eisen prior to joining the firm as an associate lawyer. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. During law school, Emily focused her studies on Charter of Rights issues, advocacy, and Aboriginal law, and obtained a certificate in Aboriginal Legal Studies. She spent a summer working as a legal intern with the Grand Council Treaty #3 in Kenora, Ontario, running legal education sessions and supporting the work of Gladue writers and court workers in Kenora and surrounding communities. She also participated in and student coached the U of T Walsh Family Law moot team.
Emily also enjoys travel, having spent a semester of law school earning a Certificate in Transnational Law at the University of Geneva, Switzerland. In her down time, Emily likes to get outside, and enjoy the hiking trails and parks in the Simcoe County area.
Emily accepts Legal Aid cases and will guide you through the complicated process of facing a criminal charge in a clear and respectful manner.