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Allison M. Nesbitt
Allison is an associate in BBO’s litigation group. She joined BBO as an Articling Student in 2018 and was called to the Bar in 2019. She enjoys representing clients both inside and outside of court. Allison’s practice is primarily focused in family law and estates law.
Allison particularly enjoys providing family mediation services for clients who are seeking joint resolution. She has obtained a Certificate in Family Mediation from York University and has completed all courses required by the Ontario Association for Family Mediation (OAFM).
Previously, Allison obtained her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Guelph. She then attended the University of Ottawa where she obtained her law degree. While in Ottawa, Allison developed her interest in using her legal education to make a positive contribution to her community. She served on the Board of Directors for Harmony House, a second-stage women’s shelter that provided transitional housing for women and children who were survivors of violence. Allison also worked with the Law Commission of Ontario on the Last Stages of Life Project conducting public consultations on how to improve the laws surrounding persons who are dying and those who support them.
Allison was born and raised in London, Ontario and serves clients from the London and surrounding areas. Currently, Allison sits on the Board for WIL Employment Connections and is a member of Elder Abuse London Middlesex (EALM). She holds memberships with the Law Society of Ontario, Middlesex Family Law Association and the Middlesex Law Association.