Julia Aron Munk completed her Masters of Art at the University of Victoria in Studies in Policy and Practice in Health and Social Services. Her thesis examined how and why people with disabilities become community organizers. Julia has spent several years advocating for the rights of people with disabilities. While she was a graduate student, she became interested in the human rights and disability issues faced by families. This interest inspired her to become a lawyer.
Julia studied law at the Osgoode Hall Law School, graduating in 2016. During her studies, she completed the Osgoode Child Protection Law Externship, the Osgoode Disability Law Intensive and participated in The Family Law Project. She completed her Law Practise Program placement at ARCH Disability Law Centre where she worked on a range of accommodation and human rights issues. Julia welcomed a new addition to her family with the birth of her son in 2018. As a new mother she has become even more aware of the legal needs of families, particularly, those with young children.
Julia established her practice to focus on issues faced by families, including Family Law, Estates Issues as well as a variety of Human Rights concerns that impact both individuals and families. Julia can help make legal matters more accessible and understandable. She is caring and committed to working with you to meet your legal needs.