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Jay Nadarajah - DeLong Law

Jay Nadarajah


jnadarajah@delonglaw.ca

Every day, a new opportunity to decide where your next step will go is given to you. Your future will be determined by the accumulation of these daily decisions. You control your steps and therefore your destiny, so choose wisely.

-Kevin Ngo

About Jay

Jay was called to the Ontario Bar in January of 2014 after completing her articles with a criminal defence firm in the Durham Region. Jay attended Queen’s University to complete her honours bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She then earned her Juris Doctor degree from Western Michigan University, Thomas M. Cooley Law School.

While in law school, she gained valuable practical experience at Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in Detroit, Michigan, and then at Kings County District Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York. She was called to the New Jersey Bar in February of 2010, and briefly practiced immigration law and housing court matters in the United States before returning to Ontario.

Since 2014 Jay has been practicing law in Ontario, with emphasis on family law, criminal law, and poverty law. She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Brant Law Association, Criminal Lawyers’ Association, and Women’s Law Association of Ontario.

During her leisure time Jay is keen on training for a variety of marathon runs, she is an avid NFL football fan, and she enjoys travelling and discovering different countries around the globe.

Jay is the newest member of the DeLong Law team of talented and exceptional lawyers. She will be practicing in the areas of family and criminal law. Jay is devoted to serving the needs of the underprivileged segments of society, including but not limited to Indigenous individuals and the immigrant communities. Also, Jay can provide services to clients who speak Tamil.

In 2020, she became a Board Member on the Brant Law Association Executive.MEMBERSHIPS:

  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Brant Law Association