Ahmad joined Mills & Mills LLP in 2024 as a LegalShield Associate. He was called to the Bar in 2022. Prior to joining the firm, Ahmad’s practice focused primarily on Corporate and Commercial and Immigration Law. Ahmad has gained substantial experience in business transactions and corporate entity formation. Committed to community service, Ahmad has dedicated his time and expertise to making a positive impact. During law school, he volunteered at Community Legal Aid in Windsor, Ontario, demonstrating a passion for providing legal assistance to those in need.

Ahmad has a diverse educational background, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Neuroscience from the University of Toronto. Building on this foundation, he completed a Juris Doctor from the University of Windsor.

With a unique blend of knowledge in psychology, neuroscience, and law, Ahmad is proud to bring a skillful, creative, and service-oriented approach to Mills & Mills LLP as a LegalShield lawyer effectively solving clients’ needs.

Year of Call

2022

Education

Bachelor of Science, University of Toronto, 2015
Juris Doctor, University of Windsor, 2021

Memberships/Affiliations

Law Society of Ontario

Volunteer Work

Community Legal Aid Windsor

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