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Jennifer Oswald moved from Kelowna, B.C. to Vancouver in 2009. After graduating with her Legal Assistant Diploma (Hons), she was employed by Steinmans Trial Lawyers in 2010.  Her areas of expertise are civil litigation and more recently corporate law.  She has extensive knowledge of litigation procedures with all levels of court and is able to identify and understand the needs and expectations of clients in a timely manner.  Outside of work, giving back and supporting the community is very important to Jennifer. She volunteers a large amount of her time sitting on committees to support a charity close to her heart; Kids Help Phone (Canada’s only 24-hour anonymous phone & web counselling service for children and youth).  When not at the firm or volunteering, Jennifer enjoys being a yogi, travelling the world with her fiancé, and coming home to cuddles from her Great Dane Salvidor.


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