Sue Whalen is a licenced paralegal and a graduate of Algonquin Career Academy.
Prior to the enactment of paralegal legislation requiring licencing, Sue assisted a number of people who required help with legal matters, including traffic tickets and criminal court. And . . . she was winning. On one occasion after a criminal trial, a judge commented “in all my years on the bench, never had I seen a layperson so prepared for a trial”
Fueled her winning streak and a passion for law, Sue became a licenced paralegal, governed by the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2010.
As you can tell from her profile photo, Sue is a bike enthusiast.
She is extremely protective of her fellow bike enthusiast and as such will travel far and wide to defend anyone charged with a motorcycle offence.
Sue primarily takes care of the South Western Ontario courts with a home base of Cambridge/Guelph/Kitchener