AREAS OF EXPERTISE

Sadaf Saljooki is an associate at SIMPSONWIGLE LAW, practicing primarily in the areas of residential and commercial real estate, land development and planning, as well as condominium law. Sadaf obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Ottawa, and after completing her articles with SimpsonWigle LAW, she was called to the bar in 2021. 

Whether acting for vendors, purchasers, lenders, borrowers, developers, landlords/tenants, condominium corporations, or property management, Sadaf assists with the purchase, sale and development of real property, licensing and leasing transactions, and real estate financing. Sadaf leads clients with respect to subdivision, condominium and commercial developments, as well as lending transactions for joint ventures, co-ownerships and limited partnerships. Sadaf also offers condominium legal services, including advice relating to bringing projects to market, project financing, the condominium registration process, interim occupancies, final closings, board and owners’ meetings, reserve funds and status certificates.  

A CLIENT-CENTERED APPROACH

“A client-centred approach is my philosophy to legal practice, and I strive to ensure my clients are placed at the centre of service in order to reach satisfactory solutions.”

WHAT SETS SADAF APART

“Concentrating on providing timely, accessible and simplified solutions created to meet the specific needs of the client is valuable to me. Legal issues often consist of a variety of interrelated matters which should be recognized and explored proactively in order to reach true progress.”

THE BEST PART OF THE JOB

“Knowing that I assisted my clients in achieving their goals and building long-lasting relationships drives me to continue to excel in what I do.” 

ACTIVE WITHIN THE COMMUNITY

As a resident of Hamilton, Sadaf enjoys long walks at many of the region’s scenic waterfalls, shorelines, and conservation areas.

Admissions

  • Called to the Bar in Ontario, 2021

Education

  • Juris Doctor, University of Ottawa, 2020
  • Honours Bachelor of Science, University of Toronto, 2016

Associations

  • Hamilton Law Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Law Society of Ontario

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