GEOFF POLLOCK, J.D., M.B.A.
Geoff's practice focuses upon Civil Litigation, Bankruptcy & Insolvency, Wills & Estates, Corporate/Commercial and Real Estate.
Mr. Pollock has extensive experience in the Financial Sector, both in Canada, Europe, and in Australia. He began his career in General Electric as Acquisition Integration Leader, working for their European M&A Team, taking a key role in the integration of GE Wind Energy GmbH (formerly Enron Wind). Mr. Pollock was the Vice President: Corporate Finance for MFK Investment Bank in Kiev, Ukraine, and has also worked for the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) in Sydney Australia.
While studying for his law degree, Mr. Pollock joined the Canadian Army Reserves, where he spent almost 5 years as a Commissioned Officer. Mr. Pollock received an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business, as well as a JD from the Faculty of Law, and a Honours BA in Political Science, University of Western Ontario.
Beyond work, Geoff is a husband to Evgeniya Pollock, father to Daniel Cameron George Pollock and Elizabeth Victoria Pollock, an avid Churchillian, golfer, and skier. He regularly returns to his old high school to teach students business and law.
Geoff is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, The Advocates Society, The Lawyer’s Club and the Thomas More Lawyer’s Guild. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Winston Churchill Society for the Advancement of Parliamentary Democracy and the International Churchill Society (Canada). He is a past member of the Board of Directors of the Ivey Alumni Association (Toronto).
Nisha Subba, J.D.
Nisha is a first year associate whose practice centers on Wills and Estates, Real Estate and Immigration Law. She received her J.D from Queen's University and is a graduate of the Criminal Justice and Public Policy program at the University of Guelph.
Nisha feels fortunate that her areas of practice allow her to personally interact with her clients and assist them through important decisions and milestones in their lives. Nisha grew up with a large family, just one sister, but eleven cousins that she regards as brothers and sisters. The strength of these bonds was a great support to her when her family immigrated to Canada when she was eighteen.
While she is forever grateful for being welcomed into Canada when her family needed it most, living in various countries during her formative years also provided Nisha the invaluable opportunity to meet and form lasting bonds with people from diverse backgrounds. After graduating from university, she built on these experiences by moving to South Korea for two years to teach. She is fortunate to have taught young children and have seen her efforts rewarded with positive results. The desire to continue doing good for people is something that has greatly influenced her decision to pursue a legal career.