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Nikita Mathew

Torkin Manes LLP | Toronto , Ontario, Canada

A lawyer since 2022


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Torkin Manes LLP
151 Yonge Street, Toronto , Ontario, Canada M5C 2W7
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Nikita Mathew, a dynamic associate within the Family Law Group, stands out through her comprehensive approach to various family law areas. Her expertise spans parenting dilemmas, asset division, creation of domestic agreements, and unraveling the complexities of financial disputes. From her law school days, Nikita's passion for family law was unmistakable. Her notable achievement includes securing the second position in the Walsh Moot Competition of 2021 as part of her active involvement in the Walsh Negotiation Competition. Her commitment extended beyond competitions; she offered her services as a Mandatory Information Program presenter at the Windsor Court and contributed significantly to the Windsor Community Legal Aid Clinic's family group. Nikita's engagement with the Walsh competition continues as she mentors the Windsor Law Negotiation Competition team, showcasing her dedication to nurturing future legal talents.

Nikita's professional journey was enriched during her articling year and her participation in the Partner Intensive Program at Torkin Manes, where she tackled a broad spectrum of family law issues. Her experiences have honed her abilities in both litigation and alternative dispute resolution, equipping her with a creative and empathetic problem-solving approach. She is resolutely focused on representing her clients with efficiency and practicality.

Nikita's academic credentials are impressive. She joined the Ontario Bar in 2022 after completing her Juris Doctor at the University of Windsor in 2021 and earning a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Western Ontario in 2017. Her contributions to the field are also evident in her publications. Alongside Sonu Dhanju-Dhillon, she co-authored articles for "Advocacy Matters," including a noteworthy piece on the implications of receiving legal notices through Facebook, published on November 29, 2021. This publication underlines her keen interest in exploring and addressing modern challenges within family law. Nikita Mathew's blend of academic excellence, professional experience, and a genuine commitment to her clients' welfare positions her as a distinguished practitioner in her field.


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