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May is a paralegal in the Commercial and Business Litigation Group at Singleton Urquhart Reynolds Vogel LLP.
She brings a wide array of experience to Singleton Reynolds having worked in Immigration Law, Personal Injury Law, Class Action Claims and Family Law. May collaborates with lawyers, clients, and various experts on lengthy litigation claims and has been involved with all aspects of the litigation process. May graduated with an honours Bachelor of Arts degree before going on to complete further legal education.
Prior to joining the firm, May spent over five years working in immigration for the Government of Canada where she created and implemented innovative service delivery improvement projects that aided newcomers to Canada upon their arrival. May also worked in project management and coordination and was responsible for developing sustainability strategies at the University of British Columbia.
May is fluent in French and Arabic.
B.A. (Honours), English Literature and Political Science, Simon Fraser University
LL.M., Paris-Sorbonne University
Paralegal Diploma, Capilano University
Or call May at (604) 673-7407
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