Torronto Family Lawyers, Toronta Refugee Lawyers | Diane Coulthard

(416) 364-2345

Print Biography


Ms. Coulthard graduated with an Honours B.A. in Political Studies from Queen’s University before obtaining an L.L.B. from the University of Windsor in 1991.  While at the University of Windsor, Ms. Coulthard developed an interest in International and Business Law.  Following graduation, Ms. Coulthard articled at Meighan Demers, a boutique Corporate Commercial law firm specializing in National and International business transactions.

After being called to the bar in 1993, Ms. Coulthard began working with Levine Associates where her compassion and determination to assist individuals facing emotionally challenging legal issues led to a focus on family and refugee law.  Ms. Coulthard has represented families in all aspects of family law including custody/access, child support, spousal support, division of property, separation agreements and child protection cases.  Ms. Coulthard often appears before the Immigration and Refugee Board and the Federal Court of Canada in respect to her work with immigrants and refugees.

Ms. Coulthard now mentors young lawyers at the firm and complements her practice with family mediation where she helps parties work together through thoughtful and creative approaches to conflict resolution.   When not working, Ms. Coulthard enjoys entertaining family and friends.  She also enjoys traveling, reading and running.

    • LL.B., University of Windsor, 1991
    • (Hons) B.A., Political Studies from Queen’s University, 1987


    • Immigration
    • Refugee Law
    • Family Law


    • English

Please note: There is no solicitor-client privilege attached to this communication.  Sending an e-mail to Levine Associates will not make us your lawyers.  You will not be considered a client of the firm until we have agreed to act for you in accordance with our usual policies for accepting clients.  Unless you are a current client of Levine Associates, please do not include any confidential information in your e-mail, because no information you send us can be held in confidence, and no information we provide to you can be treated by you as legal advice, unless and until we have agreed to act for you.  There is no solicitor-client privilege attached to this communication.