Joy-Ann Cohen

Joy-Ann Cohen

LAWYER

Joy-Ann (Joy) Cohen engages in some of the most people-oriented areas of law.  As an accomplished senior lawyer, she is focussed and establishes rapport easily. She empowers clients to achieve results with practical, commercial and societal value. From a base in Toronto, Canada, she works with clients in many locations. 

INSIGHT AND IMPACT

Joy-Ann’s services encompass employment, immigration, and such areas of administrative law as human rights, access to information and privacy. She assesses opposing views with insight, an essential skill in both advocacy and alternative dispute resolution.

Employment Law

Is an exciting job offer available to you? Is your present employment safe, dignified and rewarding?

Administrative Law

Can you effectively deal  with authorities? 

Immigration Law

Are changes in immigration law causing you to reconsider strategy?

Joy-Ann Cohen

EXPERIENCE AND SUCCESS

With three decades of experience, Joy-Ann capably manages the most complex of cases. She has in-depth knowledge of law and process. In addition to participation in advocacy, she develops policy and  provides training. If people aim for a global audience, she shares their ambition. 

REVIEWS

“Your professionalism, advice, and support are very much appreciated.” SV (client)
“…a fabulous representative…She has made a really important contribution to our work.” DL (colleague)
“Attorney with a visible concern to help law as well as the client...” P (client)
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