About Us

About McLeod Legal

Roxanne McLeod is the founder of McLeod Legal Services. She is a qualified Paralegal who is licensed by The Law Society of Upper Canada to provide legal services in the Province of Ontario. She is also a Commissioner for Taking Affidavits and Oaths. Passion for the law and the administration of justice make her your strongest ally. Roxanne delivers professional legal services to the public for an affordable fee. She has been trained to advocate for you in the Small Claims Court, the Provincial Offences Court, the Landlord and Tenant Board and in Criminal Court. She also represents clients in the various Ontario Boards and Tribunals e.g. the Human Rights Tribunal, WSIB.

McLeod Legal Services Fight for your rights. Call us for a free 30 minute consultationRoxanne holds a Bachelor’s degree from McMaster University where her majors were Political Science and Sociology. She also attended Centennial College’s Paralegal Graduate Program, graduating with a High Honours designation and successfully completed the Law Society of Canada’s licensing examination. She is an avid supporter of Access to Justice. She has done volunteer work with the Agincourt Community Services Association in the homeless drop-in center. Over three years, Roxanne volunteered once a week to provide hot meals, clothing, fellowship and program referrals to the clients. While speaking with the many clients over the years, she gained deep empathy and a passion that every person should be treated equally regardless of factors such as income or social status. Every person has a story and every person has a right to the basic principles of fairness and justice.

Paralegals in Ontario must be licensed by The Law Society of Upper Canada to provide legal services to the public. This means that we are trained, carry liability insurance to protect our clients, and are required under the law to maintain competency by continuously enhancing our legal knowledge through professional development initiatives.

“Your best interests come first”