Yeganeh received her Bachelor of Economics from the University of Western Ontario, following which she worked in the banking industry prior to pursuing law.
She graduated with Dual American and Canadian law degrees from University of Windsor and University of Detroit Mercy in 2014 and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015.
During law school, Yeganeh was actively involved with Windsor Community Legal Aid where she argued criminal cases as well as landlord tenant matters and small claims. She spent her summers working for reputable litigation firms in Windsor and Toronto.
Yeganeh articled with the Ministry of the Attorney General and was seconded to the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) during which she regularly appeared as a prosecutor in the Provincial Courts and Ontario Court of Justice. This is where she developed solid advocacy skills and a passion for running trials.
She joined Grillo Barristers in 2016. Yeganeh’s practice is devoted to personal injury, motor vehicle accident claims, accident benefits claims, and slip-and-falls. She has advocated and appeared on motions and hearings before the Superior Court of Justice and Small Claims Court. Her main focus is building strong relationships with clients through ongoing communication.
Yeganeh is currently a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and the Canadian Bar Association. She is fluent in Farsi and Dari.