Sydney Osmar

BA(Hon)(Carleton), JD (Osgoodel), Bar of Ontario

Sydney Osmar is a partner of Hull & Hull LLP, having joined the firm in 2018. Sydney is a dedicated advocate for her clients, assisting them to resolve matters involving all aspects of estates, trusts and capacity law, including will challenges, dependant support claims, fiduciary accounting disputes, guardianship applications, and capacity related disputes. Sydney also defends estate lawyers in proceedings involving allegations of solicitors’ negligence.

Prior to joining Hull & Hull LLP, Sydney articled with the Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee. Sydney contributes to the profession through speaking at legal education programs, frequently blogging and podcasting on estate and elder law related issues, and internally, by providing mentorship to students and junior lawyers at the firm. Sydney has also completed the Osgoode Hall Law School Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop and holds a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School, where, throughout her tenure at Osgoode, she served as a student caseworker, division leader and board member for the Community and Legal Aid Services Program.