Sojourner King is a member of the litigation team in our Toronto office. Since 2008, her practice has focused on consulting and management of large and small files from an e-discovery perspective.
She has significant experience in legal project management, class actions and large commercial litigation matters. Ms. King assists clients in matters relating to electronic document preservation, production and spoliation. She also counsels on e-discovery preparedness and preservation strategies. Ms. King is also very involved in pro bono efforts. She was recognized for three consecutive years by the Legal Aid Society of New York for outstanding pro bono service.
Ms. King practised at two large New York City law firms until her return to Toronto in 2013.
Law School and Education
J.D., Howard University School of Law, 2005
B.A.(Hons.), University of Toronto, 2002
Rankings and Recognitions
- Recognized for three consecutive years by the Legal Aid Society of New York for outstanding pro bono service
Membership and Activities
- New York Bar Association
- Brooklyn Bar Association
- Former Chair Membership Committee
- American Bar Association
- National Bar Association
Fuad is an engineer, scientist, educator and entrepreneur based in Vancouver, BC. His diverse career in technology has ranged from developing nuclear safety and safeguards programs at Ontario Hydro to medical physics for the treatment and diagnosis of disease at Charles R. Drew University in Los Angeles and The Mount Sinai Medical Centre in New York, to startups in remote sensing, social games, video games, television and new media. Fuad led the team that developed and deployed Google Street View. He teaches continuing education at UBC and BCIT, and volunteers with seniors at Yaletown House and with the British Columbia Mobility Opportunities Society.
Master of Science (Physics), McMaster University, 1995
Professional Engineer, APEO, 1993
Bachelor of Engineering and Management (Engineering Physics), McMaster University 1991