Diverse Backgrounds. Broad Experience.

We, at Mann Lawyers, are extremely proud of the staff that provides such great support for us and for our clients.  We hope that you will come to appreciate them as much as we do whenever you have occasion to work with one of them.

For the administrative needs of the firm, we have come to depend on and truly appreciate the work of Finance Manager Anne Schmidtke, HR and IT Manager Avaleah Plant, Susan Soubhie, the cheerful face of Mann Lawyers at reception, and Susan Down, Don Dubois and Andrew Irish who help out Anne in accounting. Michael Szakowski is our Office Assistant.

Amanda Burchmore, Liyana Khezri Pour, Carol McCooeye, Tracy McIntosh, Julie Neilson, Shannon O’Toole and Joanne Vachon, law clerks, provide their expertise and hard work in our wills and estates department.  Krystle Judge supports Heather Austin-Skaret in running her busy practice as well as helping out in the wills and estates  department while Liam Farrell supports Ted Mann with all administrative tasks.  Our corporate department needs are well met by clerks Sarah Casey, Paige Goertzen, Amanda Gutzeit, Debbie Lane, Wendy Murphy and Tara Robinson-Bussiere. Rebecca Chippure, Noel Lamontagne and Cathy Mandzuk provide invaluable assistance to the family law group. The pressure cooker of real estate (residential, commercial, and development) is well and ably handled by our clerks, Jonathon Brownrigg, Linda Kane, Kristine Kerwin, Kaitlin Markell, Kim Milani, Philip Smith and Rhonda Thomas-Simmonds.  Melissa Valliquette supports Ken Smith in the Perth office.  Our litigation department is proud of the support and administrative guidance it gets from Nancy Conrod, Joyce Gordon, Gail Baker-Gregory, Mary Neill, Samantha Senuik, and Julie Strike.

All in all, we are very fortunate to have, in our staff, a group of talented and committed individuals who believe in the principles of the firm, including the desire to allow our clients to feel heard and supported, and who approach their jobs in a professional and competent manner – we are indeed very lucky.

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