Colleen joined Goldstein DeBiase upon receiving her call to the Ontario Bar in February of 2002. Colleen obtained both her Law Degree and Honours Degree in Psychology from the University of Windsor. She was the recipient of the Alvin D. From Scholarship in Civil Procedure, the Cassels, Brock & Blackwell Centennial Prize in Practice Skills, and a member of the Wilson Moot Competitive Team. Colleen has served as a Director of the Essex Law Association and was the President for the year 2010/2011. She was the only recipient outside of the GTA to receive the Precedent Magazine "Precedent Setter Award" in 2012. Colleen is well known for her community involvement. She was instrumental in starting up the Windsor chapter of Lawyers Feed the Hungry which she continues to be involved with in terms of fundraising, volunteer management and program implementation. She is a Girl Guide Leader for a local group, having served on the Provincial Board and Chairs the local property committee. She is a member of the Essex Law Association and the Southwest Women Lawyer's Association.
|Areas of Practice:||Personal Injury Law|
|Bar Admissions:||Ontario, 2002|
University of Windsor School of Law, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
|Honours and Awards:||Precedent Magazine Precedent Setter Awards|
|Classes/Seminars:||Past Sessional Lecturer, Tort Law, Civil Trial Advocacy University of Windsor Law School|
|Professional Associations and Memberships:||Essex Law Association, Past President, 2000 – Present|