Criminal law, refugee and immigration law, family law, divorce, child welfare, and human rights needs.
Lulu Tinarwo is a member of the Law Society of Alberta and formerly a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada. She graduated from the University of Victoria Law School in 2008. Lulu is a passionate advocate for her clients, and she has been keenly interested in issues surrounding Access to Justice since graduating from law school. In 2010, Lulu was called to the Bar in Ontario and she began representing clients in the areas of criminal, refugee and immigration as well as in family law, including child welfare. She has also represented clients with human rights needs.
Although Lulu began her legal career practicing in Ontario, she relocated to Alberta in 2013 where she resumed her representation of clients in family, criminal and immigration law. Lulu has represented clients in court as well as at tribunals. Lulu’s passion for advocacy has seen her appearing at all levels of Court including Provincial Court, Superior Court, Federal Court, Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal of Alberta. Her client-focused approach has been the key to representing and advancing the legal needs of her clients.
- Divorce and family law
- Child support
- Child custody & visitation