Our Team

Mohamed Abosharia

Mohamed Abosharia is a paralegal of the Abosharia Suneeta Amesse Professional Corporation. He uses the experience gathered over five years providing result driving service as a legal assistance and a paralegal to

Mohamed Abosharia obtained a law clerk diploma from the Fanshawe College in London Ontario, and a paralegal diploma from TriOS College in 2014 and 2017 respectively. He has been an invaluable member of the practice providing legal services.

Education

  • Paralegal License: 2017
  • Law Clerk Diploma, Fanshawe College, 2014

Suneeta Swarath

In a career filled with diverse roles — teacher, daycare worker, retail assistant manager, manager, volunteer, and faithful activist assisting newcomers to Canada learn English so that they can become full participants in their new lives in Canada — Suneeta is well known for her care and faithfulness to others; these are the hallmarks of her life.

This zeal to support people in their time of need — and also during times of celebration — is what made it a natural progression to launch her career in the legal profession, earning a Paralegal diploma with Honours and later receiving her Paralegal licence from the Law Society of Ontario in December 2017.

Finding it to be a real gift to be with people, Suneeta’s positive nature puts clients at immediate ease helping them to unburden themselves as they confront and discuss their legal issues. She began her legal training with a vision to provide guidance and assist those who cannot advocate for themselves. No doubt this is due in part to her own background, having immigrated to Canada when she was a teenager facing her own challenges in a new land.

Besides her work in the Ontario Court of Justice under the Provincial Offences Act, she is building her knowledge in Small Claims Court, Immigration and Refugee Board and the Landlord and Tenant Board.

Education

  • Paralegal License 2017
  • Osgoode Hall – York University LAW SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • The Osgoode Certificate in Provincial Offences Court Practice.

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Suneeta is a member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario.
  • Suneeta is a member of the Ontario Paralegal Association (OPA).

Bob Amesse

Bob was an editor and writer working in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Bermuda for over 40 years. Yearning for a second career as a caring, dedicated and passionate advocate, he completed his Paralegal Studies with Distinction in 2017, and received his Paralegal License with the Law Society of Ontario in 2017.

Bob continues to build on his knowledge of practices and procedures of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Small Claims Court and the Provincial Offenses Court. He’s also familiar with administrative tribunals, having assisted at the Landlord and Tenant Board and in income security law cases — Ontario Works, Ontario Disability Support Program, Employment Insurance and Canada Pension Plan Disability Program.

Writing skills are an important part of communication, therefore Bob can communicate a client’s multi-layered message with nuance, clarity and ease. He is also suited to listen and understand the complex issues clients will face because of his background as a compassionate interviewer.

Bob completed his adult learning studies at Brock University in 2010, and acquired knowledge in self-directed, experiential and transformation learning, currently using those skills as a Coach with the Coach and Adviser Network of the Law Society of Ontario.
On a personal note, Bob enjoys spending his free time with his wife and son, running 5K races, reading fiction and law books, watching college basketball games and cheering for his beloved Detroit Tigers.

Education

  • Paralegal License 2017
  • Adult learning Degree, Brock University, 2010

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Bob is a member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario.
  • Bob is a member of the Ontario Paralegal Association (OPA).
  • Coach with Coach and Advisor Network, Law Society of Ontario