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Priscila Jales P. Atkinson

Increasing Diversity in the Legal Profession

Priscila Jales P. Atkinson

Priscila Jales P. Atkinson

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Priscila Jales P. Atkinson
Area of Practice: Constitutional Law

Priscila Jales P. Atkinson is a first-year counsel at the Constitutional Law Branch of the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General (MAG). She holds an LL.B from the Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (Brazil) and an LL.M from Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to immigrating to Canada in 2018, Priscila was a lawyer in Brazil where she clerked at the Federal Court of Appeal and Electoral Court of Appeal of Pernambuco.

Priscila is a member-at-large of the Constitutional, Civil Liberties and Human Rights Section at the Ontario Bar association and a co-founder of two not-for-profit organizations: the Brazil Canada Bar Association and the ITLNCA Networks. During her free time, Priscila enjoys baking Brazilian desserts, watching Brazilian soap operas, going on road trips with her pug “Boots”, and chatting with her grandmother.

Priscila offers mentoring in the following areas: (i) NCA process for civil law students, (ii) study and organization techniques for the LL.M program and bar exams, (iii) government summer (2L) and articling recruitment processes, (iv) articling at MAG, and (v) hire-back process at MAG.

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