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Rose Bahrami

Partner - Lawyer
  • As a qualified Canadian lawyer Rose Bahrami provides her clients with knowledgeable and efficient legal advice on a variety of issues. Rose’s main practice areas are real estate, business, and immigration law.

    In addition to her legal work, she is presently the president of the Iranian Canadian Lawyers Association and has professional affiliations with many professional and community organizations. Rose has also written articles and has appeared on TV discussing legal issues.

    Rose Bahrami obtained her Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biology and Professional Writing from the University of Toronto and a bachelor of laws (LLB) from the University of Ottawa.

    • LLB, University of Ottawa
    • BSc, University of Toronto

    • Law Society of Upper Canada
    • Ontario Bar Association
    • Canadian Bar Association
    • Iranian Canadian Lawyers Association
    • Iranian Canadian Network
    • Iranian Canadian Real Estate Professionals (Advisory Board)

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    • ICLA Public Legal Seminar for Iranian-Canadian Community September 26, 2013 - As the President of ICLA, I’m delighted to invite you to the following: DO YOU HAVE LEGAL QUESTIONS? DO YOU KNOW YOUR RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS UNDER THE CANADIAN LAW? IRANIAN ...

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