Our Team

Pavneet Popli, B.A. LL.B (Hons.)

Pavneet is a law enthusiast, and dual-qualified lawyer, who is passionate about working as a litigator and admires the challenges faced in being one. She joined the firm as an articling student and was admitted to the Ontario bar (Law Society of Ontario) in 2022.

Her practice includes all areas of family and criminal law. She represents clients in minor offences to complex cases in both the Ontario Court of Justice and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. She is attentive and responsive, dedicated to helping her clients navigate the challenges of the criminal justice system. Pavneet is compassionate and genuine with her clients, while remaining fierce in her advocacy in court.

In her free time she enjoys photography, cooking and spending time with family.

She serves her clients in English, Urdu, Hindi, and Punjabi. She accepts legal aid, and private retainers.

Rose A. Faddoul, B.A. (Hons), LL.B, M.Ed.

With over 23 years of litigation experience, Ms. Faddoul practices in the areas of family law and civil litigation. Former educator at the University of Windsor (experiential learning) and St. Clair College (paralegal program) and she acquired a Masters degree in education with an emphasis in higher education in 2012.

Christine Dang, B.A. (Hons), J.D

Christine’s practice has expanded over the years from Family Law to Estate Planning, Wills, Powers of Attorney and Immigration matters.

Christine’s clients are able to benefit from Christine’s varied past experience which provides her with a wealth of knowledge of multi-jurisdictional Wills and Estate Planning, Immigration, Refugee and Family Law matters from different perspectives. Not only does Christine have a background in counselling and social work, assisting women and children in abusive relationships, she also practiced family law from the perspective of the Legal Department at the Family Responsibility Office (FRO), collecting child/spousal support on behalf of support recipients from payors ordered by Courts to pay the same.

In addition to her experience in various areas of Family Law, Christine worked in Refugee Law and International Human Rights Law assisting activists and their families fleeing from oppressive environments. Through her work with refugee law matters, Christine has spoken at various forums including several reputable international NGOs as well as the United Nations High Commissioners for Refugees and Human Rights in Geneva and New York.

Christine also has a teaching certificate specialized in adult education and brings to the firm her experiences working in community legal education. She is often invited to speak at community agencies and multicultural organizations in Peel and Halton regions on various legal topics.

It is no surprise Christine’s clients often refer to her patience, compassion, guidance and thoroughness as well as her zealous advocacy on their behalf, which keep them coming back to her for legal representation. As a relentless advocate for the vulnerables, many of Christine’s clients are from the disenfranchised communities. Many of her clients and community organizations also refer their friends and families to the firm as a sign of their genuine appreciation and satisfaction with her services.