Emma O’Donnell

Emma is a lawyer in Burlington who is proud to serve her local community with real estate, business law and wills & estates expertise.

Emma O’Donnell

About

Emma has lived in the Oakville/Burlington area all her life, and is proud to be practicing law in the community in which she was raised. She joined Martin & Hillyer as a lawyer in 2013, after articling with the firm. Emma’s practice focuses on Wills, Estates & Trusts; Real Estate; and Corporate Law.

Emma graduated from Appleby College, in Oakville, and received two scholarships while completing her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Political Science at the University of Toronto (with High Distinction). She obtained her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2012.

When she is not at the office you will probably find Emma either spending time with family, playing sports, or in one of Ontario’s many ice rinks as she is heavily involved with the sport of short track speed skating as a club coach with the Oakville Speed Skating Club.

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  • Real Estate
  • Will & Estates
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