Jill McLeod has practiced family law in Ontario for over 23 years. Jill also trained as a mediator and has mediated many civil and family law disputes. She believes that the role of a lawyer in modern society is to help people resolve conflict in a respectful and efficient manner. She enjoys helping people resolve disputes so that they can move on with their lives.
Jill earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree and worked in that field for two years before attending law school. After being called to the Ontario Bar, she practiced litigation in all levels of Ontario Court for many years. In 2002, she obtained a Master of Laws degree in conflict resolution and in 2004 she became a qualified collaborative lawyer. Jill can analyze conflict expertly and intervene effectively. With a strong background in health care, she is also called upon to mediate conflicts in the fields of health care and elder care.
Jill is married to a psychologist and they have two grown children.