Talia Rotman is an associate in the firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. Her practice focuses on all aspects of commercial real estate.
After summering and articling with WeirFoulds, Talia returned to the firm to continue her work on a diverse array of real estate files including the acquisition, sale, financing and development of land.
Talia obtained a Juris Doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2018. She also received a Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2012.
While at Osgoode, Talia worked intensively on the Innocence Project, was the Director of Mentorship and Internal Networking for the Osgoode Women’s Network, and was a Dean’s Fellow for Contract Law. Talia was also awarded the Jack Friedman, Q.C. Book Prize in Commercial Real Estate.
- Jack Friedman, Q.C. Book Prize in Commercial Real Estate (2018), Osgoode Hall Law School, York University
Called to the Bar
- Ontario (2019)
- J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, 2018
- B.A. (Honours), University of Western Ontario, 2012
- Law Society of Ontario
- Ontario Bar Association
- Co-author (with Bradley McLellan, Partner, WeirFoulds), “‘Why Are You Selling Your Property?’ Implications of the Wang v. Shao Case“, presented at the Six-Minute Real Estate Lawyer 2018 event, The Law Society of Ontario, Toronto, November 20, 2018
- Co-author (with Ken Prehogan, Partner, WeirFoulds), “Remedies Before and After Closing“, presented at the Safeguarding Real Estate Transactions 2017 event, The Law Society of Ontario, Toronto, November 21, 2017
- Co-author (with David Thompson, Partner, and Jonathan Weitzmann, Fox Scholar 2018/19, WeirFoulds), “Bill 36: A Marijuana Retail Approach“, ICSC Shopping Center Law & Strategy, Spring Issue, International Council of Shopping Centers, April 2019