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Julia* is an associate at Lenczner Slaght. Having grown up in Montreal and having worked as a teacher in Spain prior to attending Osgoode Hall Law School, Julia is fluent in both French and Spanish. While in law school, Julia engaged in grassroots community organizing and represented tenants facing eviction at Parkdale Community Legal Services. Since then, Julia sharpens§ her skills in and outside the courtroom by marrying her passion for dispute resolution and her personal brand of advocacy to give a voice to an expanding array of clients. She appreciates that clients’ priorities vary and fluctuate immensely. Because of this, Julia takes the time to get to know you and makes personalized, results-driven representation the focus of her practice. .



Julia Flood (she/her)

is a lawyer at Lenczner Slaght.

Julia has experience in a wide range of commercial and professional liability matters and continues to develop a broad litigation practice. Prior to being called to the Bar, Julia was a summer and articling student at Lenczner Slaght.

Julia completed her JD at Osgoode Hall in 2018. During her time at law school, she worked as the Course Coordinator for Osgoode’s Trial Advocacy course. Julia also volunteered with Law in Action Within Schools, Osgoode Hall’s community legal clinic, and as a peer mentor. Julia continues to mentor law students through the First Generation Network.

Julia represented Osgoode at the 2018 Walsh Family Law Moot, where her team placed first in the competition. She is also a proud alumna of Parkdale Community Legal Services where she worked as a caseworker in the Housing Division representing clients in mediation and before the Landlord and Tenant Board.

  • The Advocates’ Society

  • Canadian Bar Association

  • Ontario Bar Association

  • Young Women in Law - Member

  • Pandemic Pandemonium: Anticipating and Mitigating Risk

    On May 11, 2020, Canadian Lawyer held a webinar titled “COVID-19: Litigation Fallout: What Organizations Need to Do to Mitigate Their Risk” as part of their online event series focused on steering organizations through crisis. The risk of liabilities and potential for litigation are top-of-mind as businesses navigate from the pandemic towards its aftermath. Michelle Kelly, a partner at Cox & Palmer, led the speakers as they discussed practical tips and what to expect upon returning to the ‘new normal’. Below are some key takeaways for organizations, and their in-house and external counsel.

    Julia Flood | May 12, 2020

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