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Lili Pach


Lili is a Junior Associate Lawyer at BartLAW Canadian Immigration.  Her practice involves in non-economic temporary permanent residency matters such as family class permanent residence applications, including spousal sponsorships; permanent resident card applications and renewals; citizenship applications and other Canadian citizenship matters. In addition, Lili assists BartLAW clients with their criminal rehabilitation matters, temporary resident permits, and temporary resident visa applications.

At law school at Queen’s University, Lili received the course prize in Immigration and Refugee Law. While in law school, Lili was a trainee at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France and later completed a thesis on citizenship theory in Berlin, Germany.  Lili also interned at the Roma Rights Department of the Hungarian Civil Liberties Union in Budapest, Hungary, and is fluent in Hungarian.

In her spare time, Lili volunteers at the Law Society Foundation- Lawyers Feed the Hungry program in Toronto.

Work History

March 2017- Present: BartLAW Canadian Immigration Barristers and Solicitors

August 2015-June 2016: Student-at-law at Green and Spiegel LLP


2016: Called to the Bar

2012-2015: Juris Doctor, Queen’s University Faculty of Law

  • Received 2015 Queen’s Law Prize in Immigration and Refugee Law, 2015 Osgoode Society Legal History Book Prize, and 2013 Torys Public Interest Summer Internship Award

2010-2011: Project Year Certificate, European College of Liberal Arts (Berlin, Germany)

2006-2010: Bachelor of Arts, McGill University