Michelle Haigh is a licensed paralegal and president of Precision Paralegal Services Professional Corporation, and has 23 years’ experience in the Small Claims Court. Michelle graduated with Honours from the Paralegal Studies program at Sheridan College in 1996. She also holds Faculty of Law Certificate(s) in ADR/Advanced ADR from the University of Windsor.
Michelle was first appointed to the Paralegal Standing Committee at the Law Society of Upper Canada in 2006 by the Attorney General of Ontario. Since then she has worked with the committee to establish the by-laws governing the paralegal profession and the licensing process. Michelle continues to sit on the Paralegal Standing Committee, and has been the Chair since April 2015. Since regulation, the paralegal profession has gained respect and integrity.
Michelle is also a member of the Toronto Small Claims Court “Frequent User Committee”, Humber College Program Advisory Board, and former member of the Sheridan College Advisory Board. Michelle has also been an appointed director of the Board of Directors for Legal Aid Ontario since 2011.
Michelle handles an array of client files from large corporate matters to individual matters. Michelle likes to be challenged by her files and wishes to continuously expand her knowledge.
Paralegal Studies Program (Honours) at Sheridan College in 1996
Faculty of Law Certificate(s) in ADR/Advanced ADR from the University of Windsor
William J. Simpson Distinguished Paralegal Award
Law Society of Ontario 2020