Five TDS Lawyers Join the Firm Partnership


published 04/05/2023

The partners, associates, students and staff of Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) congratulate Stefan W. Drew, Miranda Grayson, Jennifer Hanson, Alyssa Mariani and Megan Smith on their admission to the partnership effective April 5, 2023. 

"Since joining the firm, our new partners have established themselves as great young lawyers and even better people." said Keith LaBossiere, CEO and Managing Partner of TDS. "Each will add a unique and valuable element to our partnership, and we look forward to their continued growth as leaders in the firm."

Stefan W. Drew’s practice is focused primarily on all forms of secured lending transactions.

Miranda Grayson practises in the areas of labour law and civil litigation with an emphasis on public and administrative law.

Jennifer Hanson practises primarily in the areas of municipal law and planning, development and zoning law.

Alyssa Mariani is a litigation and dispute resolution lawyer with a practice focused primarily in the areas of civil litigation and administrative law.

Megan Smith's practice is concentrated primarily in the areas of labour and employment law and human rights law.

Please join us in congratulating the new partners in achieving this very significant accomplishment and welcoming them into the partnership.

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