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Chelsea Ross, B.A. (Hons.), Paralegal Graduate



B.A. (Bachelor of Arts) with Honours, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Concentration in Law, Carleton University (2014)

Paralegal, Graduate Certificate, Fanshawe College (2015)


Paralegal in Good Standing with the Law Society of Ontario



Elizabeth Fry Society - court support for criminalized women



Chelsea joined Duplain Law as a paralegal in November of 2016. She has been a licensed paralegal in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario since 2015.

Chelsea began her studies at Carleton University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice with a Concentration in Law in 2014. She proceeded to enroll at Fanshawe College located in London, Ontario, receiving an Ontario College Graduate Certificate in the Paralegal Program in 2015.


Prior to joining Duplain Law, Chelsea worked at a paralegal firm in Hamilton, Ontario, representing injured workers. She passionately advocated for her client’s rights to benefits, appearing before the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board as well as the Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal.


Chelsea assists with the day-to-day operations of Duplain Law. She effectively and regularly maintains contact with our clients to ensure that they are always kept aware of progress on their file.

Chelsea has extensive experience in navigating the family court system and provides vital support on litigation matters, including the preparation, organization and filing of court materials at all stages of proceedings up to and including trial.

Chelsea is a compassionate and effective communicator who assists in coordinating resources and helping clients to prepare for their matters after they receive legal advice.  She understands the challenges that separation and family court proceedings can pose, and is mindful the unique needs of clients and their families.

Outside of work, Chelsea enjoys fitness training, cooking, reading, and spending time with her pet Xoloitzcuintli, Windsor, which she named after the British Royal Family.

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