Location: Canada
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About Us

Corislaw - Redefining Excellence.
About Us

Exceeding expectations with positive results.

At CORIS law Firm, we have all the positive attributes that come with intercontinental legal training and we work hard to provide our clients with responsive and knowledgeable services. We understand that you rely on CORIS Law Firm to provide specialized legal knowledge about your legal issues. Therefore, we support you throughout the entire process with a personal touch to your legal matters as we aim to exceed your expectations with positive results.

CORIS Law Firm is a general practice law firm that assists and counsels clients on a variety of legal issues. We are committed to building long-term professional relationships, providing exceptional professional service to our clients, with a passion that enables us to find innovative, pro-active solutions for the challenges that may arise throughout their legal process. Our main areas of focus include immigration law, residential and commercial real estate, Business law, Wills & Estates, Notary Services and Collaborative family law.

About the founder

Our founder and Principal Counsel, Chidimma Ononuju, is a lawyer in Nigeria (2007), in Alberta and in New Brunswick. She is a Notary Public in the Provinces of Alberta and New Brunswick Canada. She studied law at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology Enugu, Nigeria. She lived and worked in Germany for a few years before she moved to Canada.

Chidimma obtained Canadian Certificate of Qualification from the Federation of Law Societies of Canada in the year 2014. She successfully completed her articles of clerkship in Toronto-Ontario and Calgary-Alberta respectfully. Chidimma is passionate about legal practice because it focuses on people and relationships, which are at the core of her personal values. Chidimma is currently a member of: the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Law Society of Alberta, the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) and the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA).