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Are We Still Talking About This? Summary Judgment; Great Expectations: Improving Your Written Advocacy

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45 minutes
Tina Hill
Robyn Ryan Bell
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
45 minutes
$109.00 plus tax
Civil Litigation Updated Conference
Includes Handouts

Tina Hill, and Justice Robyn Ryan Bell present Are We Still Talking About This? Summary Judgment; Great Expectations: Improving Your Written Advocacy


Tina Hill

Tina joined Greenspon, Brown & Associates (the predecessor to Greenspon Granger Hill) in 2016. She practices civil litigation exclusively, and her current practice focuses on personal injury matters, including motor vehicle accidents, Charter of Rights cases, negligent investigation and malicious prosecution cases, false arrest and false imprisonment cases, and excessive force cases. Tina started practicing law in 2002, after obtaining a Bachelor of Arts (Honors) in Psychology from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Laws from Queen’s University. She practiced civil litigation at a national law firm for almost ten years. Immediately prior to joining Greenspon, Brown & Associates, she ran her own business as a mediator and arbitrator. Tina is a certified trained mediator and negotiator. During the course of her career as a lawyer, Tina Hill has acted as counsel in many negotiations, mediations and arbitrations. She is currently on the roster of Ottawa mediators for Ontario, the Better Business Bureau roster of mediators, as well as the roster of mediators for Pro Bono Law Ontario. Tina is deeply involved in the community. She has sat on and chaired several Boards, including the Board of Big Brothers Big Sisters Ottawa and the Distress Centre of Ottawa and Region. She also sat on the Board of the Salvation Army Grace Manor, a long-term care facility in Ottawa, and has provided pro bono legal services to the CHEO BBQ, an annual volleyball and ultimate tournament organized by a grassroots organization to raise funds for CHEO.

Robyn Ryan Bell

Madam Justice Robyn M. Ryan Bell was born in Montreal, Quebec, and raised in Kingston, Ontario. She earned a B.A. in Political Studies from Queen's University, an LL.B. from Dalhousie University (where she was the gold medallist), and an LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School. She also holds an Associate Diploma in pianoforte from the Western Ontario Conservatory of Music. She articled and practised as an associate and then as a partner at Davies, Ward & Beck, before joining Bennett Jones LLP in 1997 as a partner. Her practice has focused on administrative law, commercial litigation, privacy law and public law. Justice Ryan Bell has taught civil trial advocacy at Queen’s University and has been a faculty member at numerous continuing legal education programs. Her publications analyze, among other topics, the development of the common law of privacy. In addition to being a past director of The Advocates’ Society and a past member of its education committee, she was a member of the Chief Justice of Ontario’s Advisory Committee on Professionalism for many years and serves as a Vice-Chancellor of the Anglican Diocese of Toronto. She and her husband live in Chelsea, Quebec, with their daughter.

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