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OUR 

CLERKS

Meet our enthusiastic team of Clerks and Assistants that form an integral part of Gottlieb Law Firm in Toronto. Our dedicated team works efficiently and responsibly to make your experience with us productive.  Family Law is stressful and taxing. Our staff understands this and works hard to make you feel at ease. They care about you and your needs.

DENISE

SLATER

OFFICE MANAGER, LAW CLERK, MED/ARB COORDINATOR 

Denise slater first joined Gottlieb Law Firm in 1997 when she appeared on the scene as a Co-op Student in her Legal Assistant programme. Her contribution to the firm began immediately. We welcomed her graduation from Centennial College's two-year Legal Assistant programme that same year. After taking some time off to parent her two terrific boys, she officially joined Gottlieb Law Firm in January 2004 where her dedication and professionalism have endeared her to the firms clients and lawyers...

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AKASH
SAHA

LEGAL ASSISTANT 

Akash Saha joined Gottlieb Law Firm in November 2021. After being called to the Bar in India, Akash came to Toronto ready to pursue the next phase of his career and went on to complete his LL.M. in International Business Law at Osgoode Hall Law School. As a Legal Assistant at the firm, Akash has gained valuable experience in Family Law. His fluency in Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, Gujarati, and Bengali allows him to work on a personal level with various clients hailing from the sub-continent of Asia.

AROOZA
BHATTI

LEGAL SECRETARY

Arooza Bhatti is completing a bilingual Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Law at York University. She is a member of the Model United Nations Team, where she moderates and utilizes her legal research skills to create discussion topics for various caucus meetings. Her desire to help bring about positive change in people’s lives has informed her volunteer work with marginalized and underrepresented communities. Arooza’s work at Gottlieb Law Firm has given her the opportunity to work within the justice system and she hopes eventually to further her education by obtaining a law degree.

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