BA, LL.B., LL.M.
Nadine Silverman is counsel with the Immigration Law Division of the Department of Justice for the Federal Government. Since starting there in 2009, Nadine has represented the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada and the Minister of Public Safety on a variety of applications before the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal, and Ontario Courts. Nadine previously taught several courses in the Immigration Consultant Certificate of Achievement Program at Humber College.
Nadine was called to the Bar in Manitoba in 1996 and in Ontario in 2009. She obtained her Master of Laws from the University of Manitoba in 2004, with her thesis on the “Legal Protection and Status of the Child of Immigrants, and the Child Immigrant.” Before working at the Department of Justice, she worked as counsel for the City of Winnipeg as a litigator in property assessment taxation.
Nadine also volunteers as a mentor for JVS Toronto, assisting lawyers who have immigrated to Canada in preparing for the legal workforce.