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Nora  Kharouba

Nora Kharouba

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2015
Language(s) English
Office(s) Toronto
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Nora Kharouba has a broad civil litigation practice, with a focus on construction-related claims and liens, commercial disputes such as contractual claims and debt recovery, and  negligence and product liability claims. She has acted for both private and commercial clients.

Nora has a broad civil litigation practice, with an emphasis on construction and commercial law, ranging from lien claims and other construction-related disputes (e.g. deficiencies, extras, breach of trust claims, latent defects) to complex contractual disputes, negligence and product liability, and debt recovery claims. She acts for both private and commercial clients.  She has represented clients in various litigation matters in all levels of courts in Ontario such as contested motions, appeals, and complex summary judgment proceedings, as well as applications, arbitrations, mediations, and settlement negotiations.

An active volunteer, Nora regularly volunteers as a Duty Counsel at the Toronto Small Claims Court, providing assistance to unrepresented litigants as part of the Pro Bono Law Ontario Duty Counsel Project.

While a law student, Nora also assisted with a five-week long kidnapping trial as part of a volunteer summer internship at a criminal law firm. She received several awards in law school such as the Canadian National Scholarship in Law, the John A. Weir Memorial Law Scholarship, and the Alumni Association Award. Nora was also an active member in her law school community. She participated in the Gale Cup National Moot Competition, one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious advocacy competitions. Her team successfully placed third out of eighteen law schools. She also shared her passion for oral advocacy by serving as a mentor for the first-year students’ moot mentorship program. Nora was the Editor-in-Chief of the law faculty’s student-run newspaper Canons of Construction, as well as a volunteer with her law school’s Student Legal Services Civil and Criminal Division as a case-worker offering legal information to low-income residents.

Nora is committed to providing practical solutions that are tailored to each client's unique needs.

 

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Education

  • JD University of Alberta
  • BA (Hons), with Distinction York University

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Advocates Society
  • Member, Toronto Lawyers Association
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