Sahra Panjwani joined Mills and Mills LLP in 2016 as a LegalShield Associate.

Sahra articled at a small law firm in London, Ontario and was called to the Ontario Bar January 2013. During her articling, Sahra gained experience in the fields of family law, civil litigation and Wills and estates.

Sahra’s emphasis has been dealing with family law issues with low-income families, including matters with the Children’s Aid Society. She has also gained experience in employment law, personal injury, business disputes and estate planning.

Sahra earned her Honours B.A. from Trent University where she studied Business Administration and Political Studies. She went on to obtain her J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School. While at Osgoode, Sahra participated in the Aboriginal Intensive which included a placement at the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources in Winnipeg.

Prior to joining Mills and Mills LLP, Sahra gained family law experience volunteering at the Family Law courts in Toronto and was involved in law reform at the Law Commission of Ontario where she obtained her certificate in Labour law.

Sahra enjoys being able to assist people with legal problems that impact their day to day life.

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J.D. Osgoode Hall 2009
B.A. Trent University 2006


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