No seminars planned in near future
Lost family dependents
Is your client criminally inadmissible?
Goodbye, 2013...the year of changes
CEC - history, theory and application
Workshop: Officio and Loss of status
Workshop: Temporary residents
Crafting excellent immigration submissions
Loss of status - permanent and temporary
The power and danger of H&C applications
Not so simple sponsorship
Teaching moments: The best and the worst
Goodbye, 2015...another year gone
The rocky path to permanent residence
The temporary aspects of permanent residence
Residency appeals at the IAD
Goodbye, 2017... Did we get it right?
How does it all tie together...
Crafting effective immigration submissions
Goodbye, 2019... We made it!
Chantal Desloges is an experienced immigration lawyer from Toronto, Ontario. She is one of only 13 lawyers certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in both Immigration law and Refugee law. Her successful practice emcompasses every possible area of Canadian immigration.
York University ( Glendon College) (1991-1994)
Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. (1997)
Ms. Desloges graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1997 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1999. She articled with Green and Spiegel in 1997/98 and was admitted as an Associate Lawyer in 1999. She was admitted to partnership at Green and Spiegel in 2005.
Ms. Desloges was a co-Professor of Immigration Law at Osgoode Hall Law School in 2000/2001. She served as a Curriculum Co-ordinator and Lecturer for the Seneca College Immigration Practitioner Certificate Programme from 1999-2010.
In 2002, Ms. Desloges founded an immigration and refugee law free advice clinic at Warden Woods Community Centre in Scarborough, Ontario. The clinic operated until 2006 and was designed to perform a community service by assisting low-income people in Scarborough to get free summary advice from experienced lawyers, and to get suitable referrals to Legal Aid or to the private Bar.
In 2005, Ms. Desloges assisted in the creation of a non-profit charity dedicated to the establishment of a new reception house for refugees and new immigrants in Toronto and served on the first Board of the new organization.
Ms. Desloges is currently a member of the French language committee for the Toronto Police and an advisor to the Coalition for Undocumented Workers.
In July of 2010, Ms. Desloges resigned partnership in Green & Spiegel in order to launch her own immigration law firm.
• Co-Professor of Immigration Law at Osgoode Hall Law School (2000/2001)
• Curriculum Co-ordinator and Lecturer for the Seneca College Immigration Practitioner Certificate Programme
• Member, French language consultative committee for the Toronto Police• Advisor, Coalition for Undocumented Workers
• Speaker, Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section
• Founder, immigration and refugee law free advice clinic at Warden Woods Community Centre in Scarborough, Ontario (operated from 2002-2006)
• Assisted in the creation of a non-profit charity dedicated to the establishment of a new reception house for refugees and new immigrants in Toronto and served on the first Board of the new organization in 2005
• Interviewed by CBC, CTV News, Canada AM, OMNI news, 100 Huntley Street, the Toronto Star, Toronto Sun, Globe and Mail and the Ottawa Citizen
• Lecturer and trainer at community centres, women's shelters and churches