Jenna Little has been a paralegal practitioner since graduating from Humber College in 2004 with a diploma in Court & Tribunal Agents. She was proudly grandfathered into the Law Society of Ontario in 2008, and then completed her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at York University. She then went on to obtain an MBA in Innovation Leadership from the University of Fredericton in 2018, and that same year, completed the Osgoode Certificate in Provincial Offences Court Practice. She has spent many years volunteering as a director of the St. Andrew’s Society of Toronto, a generous local non-profit that assists those in needs and celebrates their Scottish heritage. Giving back to the community has always been Jenna’s passion, and her personal motto is “if you can help, do”.
Jenna is passionate about arguing appeals, legal research and writing, and making novel arguments. She was the first paralegal to specialize in the new area of law encompassing COVID restrictions, has taught courses on the subject matter, and continues to fight and win these types of cases on a daily basis– province-wide!