Corinne advocates for her clients in disputes related to wills, estates, trusts, powers of attorney, guardianships, and capacity. Guided by her strong interest in estate law and effective conflict resolution, Corinne joined Arkin Furrow Estate Law following her call to the Ontario Bar in 2023.
Corinne received her law degree from the University of Windsor, where she graduated with high distinction and earned the top grade in Income Taxation. As a law student, having been recognized for her persuasive legal research and writing skills, Corinne worked as both a Research Assistant and the Lead Legal Research and Writing Teaching Assistant. Corinne also volunteered with her school’s various Pro Bono initiatives. Her passion for building meaningful relationships within her community has been formally recognized through her achievement of two leadership awards.
Prior to law school, Corinne earned her H.B.Sc. and M.Sc. in neuroscience from the University of Toronto, during which, in collaboration with the Canadian Concussion Centre, she carried out one of the first studies in Canada evaluating the quality of life in postconcussion syndrome patients struggling with depression and anxiety, which was published in the Journal of Neurotrauma. Corinne credits her background in science as having helped her develop a pragmatic and empathetic approach to the sensitive and contentious nature of estate and capacity litigation.
Corinne is fluent in English and Polish, and on a personal note, enjoys hiking in the mountains and backcountry camping.