[s]advocacy by Caryma Sa’d
Caryma Sa’d practices law in the Greater Toronto Area and beyond. Access to justice is Caryma’s raison d’être.
She concentrates on defending civil liberties, including “crimes of vice” such as sex and drug offenses as well as bail and sentence hearings, traffic offences, assault, theft and robbery, fraud, weapons offences, and more.
An alumna of the University of Ottawa, Caryma received her Juris Doctor with honours while working towards the Master’s of International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. She is focused and results-oriented, with sharp analytical problem-solving skills.
A major component of Caryma’s current work involves advocacy with respect to human rights and social justice issues. She is a fierce advocate who works to protect clients’ rights and guide them through the complex legal system.