Stefania Trombacco is a paralegal at Zubas Flett Law and represents clients in Small Claims Court matters as well as assisting staff lawyers with Superior Court cases. Stefania is passionate about human rights law, with a particular interest in advocating for clients who have been victims of racial discrimination. Throughout her education, Stefania focused on the study of Indigenous Law and Indigenous Affairs, as well as Alternative Dispute Resolutions with the ultimate goal of increased access to justice.
Working in planes, stadiums and offices, Stefania’s broad workplace experience before joining Zubas Flett Law allows her to relate to the firm’s wide-ranging clients.
A security guard for the Toronto Blue Jays, a Flight Attendant at Air Canada and a Paralegal Student at the Department of Justice, Stefania has culled many perspectives and skills to enhance her advocacy, counsel and skills.
Stefania has a Bachelor of Applied Arts – Paralegal Studies from Humber College as well as a diploma for Police Foundations. She graduated from both programs “with
Honours” and received the Prosecutor’s Association of Ontario award while in the Paralegal program.
When not in the office, Stefania enjoys spending time outdoors with her beautiful Rottweiler, Nymeria, or trying different sports like muay thai and rock climbing.
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