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Andrea L. Parliament


B.A.Hons, J.D., M.B.A.

Andrea and her team are experienced and trusted advisors, tackling each problem as if they were their own. Andrea provides strong negotiation and advocacy skills until her clients obtain the best possible results. Andrea's strong commitment to the progressive use of technology allows her to stay organized and to efficiently add true value for her clients.

After working on Bay Street for ten years, Andrea opened her own practice in 2010. Andrea obtained her Doctorate of Law and Masters of Business Administration from Dalhousie University in 1999 and her Bachelor of Psychology (Honors) from University of Alberta in 1990. She was called to the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2001 and has been practicing law for over eighteen years.

Prior to her legal career Andrea enjoyed working in the mental health field providing counselling services to victims of domestic violence at the Edmonton YWCA (1992-1994) and serving as a policy analyst to the Alberta government in the Women's Secretariat in 1995.

Andrea has served as a board member and Vice Chair (2015) to the Joseph Brant Hospital Foundation (2013-2015) and as the Chair of the Political Action Committee of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce (2011-2013).

She has been a member of the Burlington Chamber of Commerce since 2010.

Tylor Kranyak


Tylor Kranyak - Wills & Estates Clerk


(289) 337-8212

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Tylor joined Andrea Parliament law firm in 2014 and seized the unique opportunity to utilize his skills in both technology and writing. Tylor is gifted at both writing and coding documents. He is cross trained in wills & estates and real estate law. Tylor can handle complicated estate plans and is a great researcher.

Tylor earned a degree in Multimedia 3-D Animation from Humber College. He later pursued his true passion of writing fantasy novels.

“Andrea has been the best employer I have ever worked for and has continuously shaped and fortified my understanding of true integrity.”

Katarina Malobabic


Katarina Malobabic - Real Estate Clerk


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Graduated from Everest College in 2008 with a diploma in Paralegal Communications. She worked as a Criminal Law Clerk for 10 years before changing her career path to the world of Real Estate in 2017.

Katarina is our Real Estate Clerk. She always has a warm welcome for all clients despite the incredible and relentless pressure of deadlines. She has exceptional analytical skills and will happily solve most of the practical problems that occur in real estate transactions. Katarina has experience with both residential & commercial transactions.

“The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.”

Sadaf Saljooki


Sadaf Saljooki - Summer Student


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Sadaf recently completed her second-year of law school at the University of Ottawa. Prior to law school, she studied at the University of Toronto and obtained an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Major in Socio-legal studies and Sociology.

As the latest addition to our firm, Sadaf brings an abundance of curiosity and work ethic to our clients challenges. She is thorough and a quick study, and she is gaining experience in wills and real estate before committing to a particular area of law.

"Exceptional customer service is what I aim for, and knowing our clients are more than satisfied is what drives me to be more than just a legal problem-solver.”

Al O'Flaherty


Al O'Flaherty - Accounting & IT


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The vast majority of Al's career was spent in distribution with a large Canadian firm.

Al recently embraced his long time passion for computer programming, he joined the firm at Andrea Parliament Law to automate the accounting systems and refine the cyber security protocols.

"I am thrilled to be contributing to the firms success by using my new skills for office security, marketing and task automation."

“There is only one thing more painful than learning from experience and that is not learning from experience.”

~ Archibald McLeish