Fallon Burns is a Canadian paralegal in private practice. She works at Precision Paralegal Services – and provides legal services in Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Fallon carries Provincial Offences files and provides inter-jurisdictional legal research for the team of 18 paralegals.
In 2011 Fallon began studying in Humber’s Bachelor of Paralegal Studies degree. During her studies, Fallon was a finalist at the Osgoode Cup Moot twice, served as a director of the Ontario Paralegal Association from 2013-2015, where she co-founded the Paralegal Cup Intercollegiate Mooting Competition. The Law Society hosted the Paralegal Cup Moot in 2016.
She was licensed in October of 2015. In 2015, Fallon was appointed to the Law Society of Ontario’s Equity Advisory Group serving until 2018. While attending her Bachelor of Canadian Studies and Master of Arts in Critical Disability Studies, Fallon co-founded the Lion’s Cup Moot hosted by York University’s McLaughlin College. She is a recurring panellist for Ontario Justice Education Network’s “Person’s Day”.
Le joined LexisNexis in April 2019. Before joining LexisNexis Canada, she began her career in the banking and investment industry.
Le has extensive experience in facilitating training, sales, and retention. Her affinity for people and a passion for building trust and helping others create a welcoming atmosphere where her clients engage and feel comfortable with adopting and using different business solutions while becoming more efficient.
She enjoys learning, technology and training clients on LexisNexis products. In her spare time, Le enjoys spending time with her family and friends and travelling.
Marla Currie is a dedicated Sales Professional with over 15 years of experience in sales leadership, account management, and sales training. She is currently an Account Executive for LexisNexis Canada specializing in the Corporate and Public Markets where she has been for over 6 years.
Marla holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and has worked in Not-for-Profit Management and sales for most of her career. Before LexisNexis, Marla worked with both the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers and the Toronto Board of Trade.
She prides herself on her ability to build strong business relationships and solve problems for her clients and is always willing to go the extra mile.
Fun fact about Marla is that she used to be a professional choreographer in Mexico where she lived for two years!
Rachid is an Account manager at Lexis Nexis Canada, Responsible for strategic client relationship growth.
As a seasoned professional with more than 15 years of client service experience, Rachid is known for driving brand growth and relationship management.
He counts relationship management, photography, and Moroccan couscous dish among his myriad interests.
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