Patricia Rose Maria Eufemia Nelson

Patricia Eufemia Nelson

Title: Lawyer, Principal
Company: Nelson Family Law
Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

Patricia Rose Maria Eufemia Nelson, Lawyer and Principal at Nelson Family Law, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the legal industry.

A lawyer and principal of Nelson Family Law, Ms. Nelson prides herself on providing her clients with all-encompassing compassion and positivity in order to reach safe and effective resolutions to their legal concerns. Focusing primarily on family law, custody and child support, Ms. Nelson has always had passion for the industry and wished to provide the best possible care to families, particularly when children are involved.

After starting her own family, Ms. Nelson pursued her dreams and earned degrees in political science and philosophy from the University of Ontario and a Bachelor of Laws from Osgoode Hall Law School. She has since established herself as a prominent figure in the legal industry due to her patience, humble attitude, and sincerity toward her clients. In addition, she has become a prolific author, penning such books as “The History and Future of DNA Science in the Courtroom” and “Building or Dismantling Cases Using DNA Evidence” in 2002.

Featured in the Fourth Annual Canadian Symposium on Forensic DNA Evidence in 2002, Ms. Nelson maintains affiliation with the National Association of Professional Women and acts as a pro bono lawyer and mentor in her spare time. In recognition of her exceptional contributions to family law, she has won numerous accolades, including the Award for Regional Family Law Firm by Corporate Livewire in 2016 and Best Regional Family Law Firm by Acquisition International in 2014. Notably, she was named a Super Lawyer by Corporate Livewire in 2015.

A proud mother and grandmother, Ms. Nelson considers the highlight of her career when a client finally had the chance to meet and hold his six-month-old baby for the first time outside of the courtroom. Looking toward the future, she aspires to continue making strides in her field and writing about evolving legal issues as society changes and adapts.

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