Liran was called to the New York bar in 2013 and to the Ontario bar in 2014. After practicing corporate law in New York, Liran left private practice to pursue a master of laws degree on a full scholarship at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Law. He completed his undergraduate degree in Business Administration in the prestigious co-op program at the University of Toronto and a bachelor of laws degree from the University of Manchester.
Today Liran is a public international speaker. Aside from teaching for Lex PD, Liran also speaks to University students across the globe. He is passionate about teaching and has personally worked with over 1400 internationally trained lawyers from 50 different countries. Hundreds of his former students are practicing today in: family, criminal, immigration, civil litigation, corporate, tax, real estate, and personal injury law to name a few.
Instructor - Family Law
Inna Tsinman received her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2012. Since then, she has practiced in one of the most prestigious family law firms in Canada and now operates her own family law practice in Toronto.
Inna has teaching experience during her graduate studies and regularly conducts mandatory information sessions on family law for the Ministry of Attorney General. Inna is fluent in Russian, Hebrew and conversant in French.
Instructor - Ontario Solicitor Exam
Alexander is a practicing lawyer, specializing in real-estate property tax. He graduated with his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Sussex and from York University-Glendon Campus with a Bilingual Bachelor of Arts in International Relations. Alexander also has experience in mediation and in matters relating to land transfer tax, property tax & assessment and lease reviews.
Alexander has experience preparing Ontario bar students writing their licensing exams. For the past two years, he assisted and directed a team of licensing candidates to prepare the Ontario bar indicies for LexPD. He is a member of the Ontario Bar Association and the Canadian Property Tax Association.
Instructor - Ontario Barrister & Solicitor Exam - CPD New Lawyer Series
Thabang Pebane is the principal lawyer at TMD Law, an Ontario law firm with practice areas in commercial, personal injury, and criminal law. He graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Criminology from the University of Toronto and with a Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice from the University of Cardiff.
Thabang is originally from South Africa and has a passion for access to justice initiatives here in Ontario. He has dedicated a significant amount of time to helping self-represented clients navigate both legal and procedural issues. Thabang also has practical experience in small and big law firms in both Ontario and the UK.
Anat Sara has over 15 years experience of management experience. In addition to corporate experience, Anat has a diploma in culinary arts and a diploma in early childhood education.
Web Design & Artistic Director
Born and raised in Paris, France, Emmanuel has over ten years of marketing experience. He is the founder of a number of start-ups and currently runs École Française de Piano in Paris.
I am a recent LL.B graduate and current LL.M candidate at NYU Law interested in insurance and corporate law. Originally born and raised in Canada, I moved to the United Kingdom in 2016 where worked in corporate risk and studied at The City Law School (City, University of London) before moving back to North America. Having completed my NCA exams, I'm currently in the process of qualifying as a Lawyer in Ontario and New York State. In my spare time, I conduct research on IP and trade Law with City faculty and TA a negotiations course at NYU. I'm also an avid photographer and traveler who loves capturing the beauties of London, Europe, and beyond.
In addition to blogging for NCA Tutor™ and LexPD, I also manage my own blog called “The Transition”. My writing aims to provide helpful information about the Canadian qualification process to UK Law Students wishing to qualify in Canada and Canadians considering legal studies in the UK. Studying and working abroad are phenomenal ways to broaden your perspectives and grow both personally and professionally. I hope my posts help you make informed and strategic decisions regarding the next steps in your legal career.
For more daily thoughts on technology law and more, follow me on Twitter (@TiffAtLaw); and if you are looking for a break from law, my travel photos live on Instagram (@TOPhoto_14) for your enjoyment.