Jordana Talsky was called to the Ontario Bar in 2010. She obtained her law degree from the University of Western Ontario (2009), and prior to that she completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature, graduating with Great Distinction from McGill University.

Jordana practices in the area of estate planning and administration. She draws on her broad experience, ranging from Bay Street and boutique firms, to acting as an Estate and Trust Consultant for Scotiabank and as an independent practitioner. She provides estate planning advice, prepares a range of planning documents and assists executors with estate administration matters. Her aim is to help make a process that some find daunting a little lighter.

Jordana has led estate planning workshops and has taught the estate law bar exam preparation course to internationally trained lawyers.

Year of Call

2010

Education

Bachelor of Arts, McGill University, 2005

Juris Doctor (J.D.), University of Western Ontario, 2009

Memberships/Affiliations

Law of Society of Ontario

 

Former Boards

Canadian Children’s Opera Company

Chenstochover Aid Society

Volunteer Work

Gilda’s Club

Young Adult Cancer Canada

Info Nepal

American  Jewish World Service

Latest News

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