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PBSC National Staff Update

Updated: Oct 20, 2021

Please join us in welcoming three new members to the PBSC National team!

Hilary Ingle has joined PBSC for the coming year as Program Manager of our Family Justice Centre, covering a parental leave for Dana Rotenberg who has just welcomed a new addition to her family.

A graduate of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Hilary was called to the bar in 2018. Prior to joining PBSC, Hilary practiced family law at a well known boutique firm in Toronto. In addition to her private practice, Hilary provided pro bono services to women who experienced violence and low income Ontarians. Hilary is an advocate for practical learning opportunities, and sees tremendous value in what those opportunities provide to law students and an under-resourced family law system.

Charlée Tolliver is joining us as a Program Officer, responsible for overseeing 11 of PBSC’s 22 Chapters across the country.

Prior to joining the PBSC, Charlée coordinated mentorship programs, national/international articling placements and a legal resources database, which included access to justice initiatives. She also volunteered on a Diversity & Inclusion Council, where she advocated for organizational education initiatives, and as a Mentor, where she provided educational and emotional support to high school students. Aside from her work experience, she has a B.A. from Dalhousie University and a Law Clerk diploma. PBSC’s values of Dignity, Equity and Humility truly resonate with her, after her many years of experience working in the legal industry.

Jason Goodman is joining PBSC as our Acting National Director for the next 6 months, while Brittany takes a 6 month secondment with The University of Toronto’s Faculty of Law as Assistant Dean, J.D. Program.

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

Jason practiced family law in Toronto for six years. During this time, 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 marginalized people in Ontario’s family law and child protection systems. In parallel to his legal practice, Jason recently served as the Director of Partnerships for a medical technology start-up where he developed and managed growth strategy and organizational partnerships.

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