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PBSC National Staff Update


Please join us in celebrating two exciting developments at PBSC National…

Jason Goodman, Director, Family Justice

Jason Goodman joined PBSC in September 2021 as Acting National Director. Jason’s leadership at PBSC has been exemplary, and we feel incredibly fortunate that he will be remaining with the organization as the inaugural Director, Family Justice. In this role, Jason will manage all aspects of the Family Justice Centre (FJC), including its operations, continued development, and strategic planning, as well as supporting other National Office initiatives.

Jason holds a JD from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, and his career has spanned diverse roles in litigation, student programming, partnership development, and nonprofit management.  

Prior to his time at PBSC, Jason practiced family law in Toronto for six years. He managed a well-known firm’s student program, served on multiple policy reform action groups, and delivered pro bono services through firm and public initiatives. He has extensive experience working with members of equity-seeking groups in Ontario’s family law and child protection systems. In parallel to his legal practice, Jason served as the Director of Partnerships for a medical technology start-up where he developed and managed growth strategy and organizational partnerships.

To learn more about PBSC’s Family Justice Centre, click here.

Dana Rotenberg, Acting National Director

Dana Rotenberg has been appointed as Acting National Director to cover for a parental leave for Brittany Twiss, who has recently welcomed a new addition to her family. Dana previously led the development and launch of the Family Justice Centre in 2020 and 2021, and she has extensive experience as an advocate in the access to justice space.

A graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School, Dana was called to the Bar in 2011. After working in private practice in Toronto, Dana joined Community and Legal Aid Services Program (CLASP) as Review Counsel, where she was responsible for developing CLASP’s Family Law Division in response to the immense need for quality family law services for persons unable to afford private counsel.

Dana was previously an adjunct professor at Osgoode, and a Mentor and Assessor for Toronto Metropolitan University’s Law Practice Program (LPP), where she supported law licensing candidates as they developed their understanding of legal practice and professionalism. Dana can be reached at


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