Marjan was admitted to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2002 after receiving her Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2001. While at Osgoode, she was a member of the winning Goodman and Carr’s mooting team and volunteered in its Community and Legal Aid Services Program.
Prior to entering law school, Marjan received her Honour degree in Bachelor of Arts (Cum Laude) from York University. She joined the law firm of Danson, Recht, Voudouris LLP in 2002 after completing her articles in the Legal Department of Toronto Transit Commission. In 1993, Marjan was the recipient of Governor General of Canada Bronze Medal.
Since joining the firm, Marjan has successfully appeared before various levels of Courts and Administrative Tribunals including the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and the Workplace Safety Insurance Appeals Tribunal representing both Canadian and American insurance companies and Plaintiffs with serious personal injury claims. Marjan has extensive experience in handling catastrophic personal injury claims and has represented Plaintiffs throughout Ontario in a variety of serious personal injury claims involving mild, moderate and severe brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, quadriplegia, amputations, burns and chronic pain/fibromyalgia. Marjan’s practice is devoted to complex personal injury litigation including motor vehicle collisions, accident benefits claims, fatalities/wrongful deaths, tavern liability, occupiers’ liability, slip and falls and dog bites.
Bachelor of Arts (Honours – Cum Laude), York University (1998)
Bachelor of Laws, Osgoode Hall Law School (2001)
Canadian Bar Association
Ontario Bar Association
Iranian Legal Professionals of Ontario