Jamil Shamji, BA, JD

Jamil Shamji Law, Kitchener Lawyer

I was born and raised in the Kitchener-Waterloo area. I attended school here, I met my wife in KW, we bought our first home in KW, and in September of 2017, we welcomed our first child!

I attended McMaster University and graduated with a B.A. in Economics in 2008. From there, I went to Oklahoma City University School of Law, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I passed the Texas Bar Examination in 2011, and returned to Canada shortly after. After completing my accreditation and articling segment in Ontario, I was called to the Ontario Bar in 2014. I have been a member of the Law Society of Ontario (formerly Law Society of Upper Canada) since then.

Your legal rights are my business

My Approach

At my law firm, I bring depth of knowledge to your legal needs and provide strategy about the best way to move forward. I am committed to representing you like your case matters, because it does, and so do you.

Areas or Service

Employment Law

Have you been fired and feel wronged? Are you currently employed but feel like some things relating to your employment are fishy? Let me clear things up for you, and make things right

Real Estate & Property Law

Buying or selling real estate can be very exciting. Whether you're buying a family home, or selling a corporate building, we will be there to protect your interests in a real estate transaction. 

Litigation & Injury

I am proud to extend my professional services to help all of my clients to resolve their legal matters. Whether you need help with personal injury, employment or other legal matters, my role is to protect your rights through the courts.

Wills & Estate Law

Looking for a will lawyer in Guelph? Looking for a will lawyer in Kitchener? Don't know where to get a will?  What about power of attorney? Let me be your trusted resource.  A well thought out will or power of attorney can help protect your family in the event you are no longer able to.

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