Since the beginning, Infordus Legal Services has been known for quality services, exceptional efficiency and the highest level of professionalism. For whatever type of service you are looking for, Infordus promises to exceed your expectations and ensure your full satisfaction.
Infordus Legal Services is the sole-practitioner legal office of Nana Poku. Nana obtained a diploma in the legal assistant course at Humber College in 2000. While working as a legal assistant, Nana attended night school at Sheridan College and obtained a certification to become a law clerk from the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario. Nana has worked in the legal field for the past nineteen (19) years in various areas including in-house within the legal department of one of Canada’s top financial institutions, in the medical malpractice group at one of Canada’s largest law firms and for a boutique insurance defence firm in downtown Toronto. Nana possesses a strong litigation background and handles files with efficiency. Nana is technically minded with computers and is always eager to assist colleagues when needed.
Nana has previously been a member of the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario and the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and is currently a member of the Law Society of Ontario.
During spare time, Nana likes to pursue continuing education courses to further knowledge as well as to read, to shop, to watch movies, to play video games with her four sons, to travel or eat out at restaurants, and to review restaurants on her blog.
Nana Poku of Infordus Legal Services is always up for the job, managing projects with the skill and experience that clients should expect!
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