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Monica joined Thomson Rogers as an associate in 2018. Prior to joining, she gained valuable experience as counsel at an environmental law organization.

Monica graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, after having completed two years at the University of California, Irvine School of Law. While at law school, she completed a semester at Downtown Legal Services, advocating for low-income tenants at the Landlord and Tenant Board. She also worked for the County of Orange, the UCI Law International Human Rights Clinic, and the Canadian Environmental Law Association. In recognition of her academic achievements, Monica received Faculty Awards at UCI Law in Sports Law and Insurance Law, and the Goodmans Prize in Administrative Law and the McRuer Scholarship in Administrative Law while at UofT.

Prior to law school, Monica graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours).

In her spare time, Monica enjoys cheering on the Toronto Blue Jays, spending time with her dog Ollie, and rock climbing.


Juris Doctor, University of Toronto Faculty of Law (2016)

Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), University of Waterloo (2011)

University of California, Irvine School of Law

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      Thomson Rogers will once again be supporting the 2018 Halton Children’s Water Festival. It takes place from September 25-28 at the Kelso Conservation Area in Halton. View Map

      On the 28th two of our associates, Monica Poremba and Gregory Sills will be joining in the festivities.

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