Greenspon, Brown & Associates

Marisa Victor

Marisa practices civil litigation at Greenspon, Brown & Associates. She specializes in motor vehicle accidents, plaintiff class actions, Charter of Rights cases, negligent investigation cases, false arrest and false imprisonment cases, employment law, wrongful dismissal, and civil disputes. She is a passionate advocate for her clients and is driven to seek justice for those experiencing difficult challenges in their lives.

Marisa is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School and articled at the National Judicial Institute. She has appeared as counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada, the Superior Court of Canada, the Ontario Court of Justice, the Federal Court of Canada, and the Small Claims Court, as well as various other inquests and tribunals.

Prior to working at Greenspon, Brown & Associates, Marisa worked 5 years at a national firm as a public law advocate and civil litigator. There, she worked on complex commercial litigation, communication law litigation, employment law, and federal regulatory litigation.

From 2006 to 2009, Marisa was Commission Counsel to the Commission of Inquiry into the Investigation of the Bombing of Air India Flight 182. This experience gave her insight into Canada's national security and intelligence systems, and the prosecution of terrorism offences.

Marisa is a passionate volunteer and community activist. She is presently a volunteer with Nelson House, an emergency woman’s shelter, the Ottawa Fringe Festival, and County of Carlton Annual Lawyers Play.