A graduate of the University of Toronto and the University of Ottawa, Nkemjika (pronounced “Kem-jee-kah”) provides strategic advice and representation to clients in the areas of family law and immigration law. Prior to being called to the Ontario bar in 2015, Nkemjika worked in-house at BMO’s Legal, Corporate and Compliance Group, where she was responsible for contract drafting and revision and project management. Prior to her legal career, Nkemjika worked as Research Associate and Project Coordinator in maternal-fetal clinical research.
Nkemjika established Hallstone Law because of her desire to work with people going through intense changes and challenging times and her love for practicing law. Aware of the challenges that many individuals face at a crucial time of transition in their lives, she set out to create a firm that provides high quality legal representation without excessive costs.
Outside of work, Nkemjika enjoys spending time with her family. She has volunteered her time as a community development organizer and is also a classically trained violinist.
A firm believer in the importance of mentorship, Nkemjika regularly sets aside time to mentor students and other young professionals. She is committed to ensuring that Hallstone Law provides exceptional service, and she works closely with clients to develop long-standing relationships.