Veronica Marson is an Associate in our Litigation and Family Law groups.
She completed her Honours Bachelor of Arts degree in International Development at the University of Toronto. She then worked on a number of community development projects before obtaining her law degree from Queen’s University in 2010. As a law student, Veronica was awarded the Dean’s Counsel Diversity Award each year for her work with organizations such as the Queen’s University Prison Law Project, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in New York City, and the Illinois Migrant Legal Assistance Project in Chicago.
After becoming a lawyer in 2011, Veronica practiced at two of Canada’s top personal injury and insurance firms before eventually returning to Kingston to broaden her practice. Veronica is committed to giving back to the legal community, having served on the boards of various organizations including the American Bar Association’s Commission on Hispanic Legal Rights & Responsibilities, the Canadian Hispanic Bar Association, the Ontario Bar Association’s Law Day planning committee, and the Junior Board of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario.
Outside of work, Veronica enjoys exploring her Latin roots, supporting Kingston’s local arts scene, and watching Formula 1 racing with her husband.