“Andreina shares a vision of caring for our clients,” Princewill tells AdvocateDaily.com. “We know that our clients expect us to be competent, but as they come to us at such a sensitive time in their lives, we want to provide lawyers who are compassionate and caring, as well as being good at their job.”
Minicozzi, who is fluent in English, Italian and Spanish, has a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a master’s degree in international relations and affairs from Carleton University.
She previously worked as a Policy Research Analyst at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) where she conducted research and developed a new program proposal for international donor projects in Vietnam and Cambodia focusing on local economic development for the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
Minicozzi articled at an insurance defence boutique and has a passion for family law, social justice and immigration.
She is willing to go the extra mile for her clients, Princewill adds — a value important to the growing firm.
Minicozzi joins fellow associate lawyer Ubanna Okebugwu and several law clerks and staff at the firm, which provides services in family and immigration law.
- Princewill Law Firmwon a 2016 Top Choice Award for Best Family and Divorce Lawyers serving Durham Region.
Princewill says she has aimed to build a team of lawyers who “are there for you, friendly and willing to work on your matter in a very cost-effective way.”