Futsal Club Toronto is proud to announce a one-year sponsorship agreement with NELSON FAMILY LAW. Patricia R. Nelson is a long-time resident of Mississauga; and a sports fanatic at large.
“Nelson Family Law participates in programs to provide opportunities in education from visiting high schools and meeting young people, mentoring college and university students to supporting athletes. We understand the importance of contributing toward building a stronger and healthier community. We are excited to be associated with Futsal and we align ourselves closely with the organization’s core values and its emphasis on working toward achieving personal and team success. ”
Patricia R. Nelson
Nelson Family Law
Barrister, Solicitor & Notary Public
We thank Patricia & her practice for investing in our non-for-profit organization. Players will benefit directly from the sponsorship.
You can visit NELSON FAMILY LAW online www.nelsonfamilylaw.com
Who is Nelson Family Law?
Patricia has appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Ontario
Superior Court of Justice province-wide. A testimony to Patricia’s commitment
to her clients is her accessibility and the energy and enthusiasm she brings to
her practice of the law. Patricia also brings a wealth of personal and life
experiences that allow her to truly understand the angst and pressures placed
on her clients during this tumultuous time.
Patricia practises exclusively in the area of
Family Law and without a doubt she is:
√ Highly regarded by her clients, her peers
√ An effective lawyer with strong advocacy
skills, particularly in a courtroom setting
√ Practical – she truly listens to her clients
and is honest about their expectations
While studying at the University of Toronto, Osgoode Hall Law School and in
private practice, Patricia has been published in the areas of:
√ International Relations;
√ Continuing Legal Education at Osgoode Hall Law School;
“The Use of Forensics and DNA in Building and Dismantling Cases” and,
“The Future Use of DNA Forensics in the Courtroom”;
√ She has lectured at the Ontario Bar Association on the complex legal issue
of Paternity and Child Support (this paper was provided to practitioners and
academics province-wide); and,
√ Patricia also donates her time as a guest speaker to graduating high school
students within Peel Region where she has spoken to young people
considering a career in law.