Jasmine Daya is a lawyer, author, entrepreneur and mother of three who resides in Toronto. She is the Managing Principal of Jasmine Daya & Co., a personal injury law firm.
Although Jasmine handles cases in all areas of personal injury, law firm focuses on: 1) claims involving minors; 2) bar and club assaults, particularly those involving bouncers or nightclub security; 3) bullying and cyberbullying which is a developing area in the civil law context; 4) elder abuse; 5) personal injury claims arising from landlord negligence; and 6) fatality claims and catastrophic claims involving motor vehicle accidents. She has also become well versed in the area of cannabis in personal injury.
She is the author of a food and lifestyle blog and cookbook series, JD in the Kitchen and the author of a chicklit fiction novel, Law Girl’s Bump in the Road, under the pen name Leia London. She now heads the personal injury law firm where she first articled as a law student in 2005, with personal injury lawyer Jack Fireman. The following year, she is credited with spearheading a complete turnaround of the law firm including billings, operations, information technology, and human resources.
While continuing to practice as a full-time lawyer, Jasmine studied at Osgoode Hall graduating in 2009 with a Master of Laws. Jasmine was admitted to the Law Society of Ontario (LSO) in 2006 after graduating from Queen’s University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Laws degree. In 2013, Jasmine earned a Certificate from Harvard Law School for successful completion of the Negotiation course for lawyers and executives. She completed the Canadian Securities Course in 2004. Jasmine earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance degree and a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, in 2001.
Jasmine Daya is also the owner of JD Holdings Corp., a property management company that oversees a portfolio of privately held real estate.
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