Stephanie Yeo

Stephanie Yeo - HGR Graham Partners LLP
Stephanie Yeo - HGR Graham Partners LLP
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Stephanie was born in Orillia and lived there until she moved to attend school at the University of Waterloo in 2008. In 2012, she received her Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in history. Following graduation, Stephanie worked for a major sporting goods company as a Regional Visual Merchandiser, opening new retail locations and managing a district of stores regarding visual presentation. After working in this capacity for a couple of years, she decided to return to school at the University of Ottawa to pursue her law degree. While attending the University of Ottawa, Stephanie volunteered for Canadian Lawyers Abroad as well as the Ottawa Law Students’ Association for Women at Risk. She also had the privilege of participating in a Letter of Permission program to Osgoode Hall to complete the last year of her law degree. Upon obtaining her Juris Doctor in 2016, Stephanie returned to Orillia to complete her articles with a local firm. During this year she developed a strong interest in Real Estate Law.

In 2017, Stephanie was called to the Bar. She is thrilled to be offered a position with HGR Graham Partners LLP.


  • Legal Education: University of Ottawa
  • Admitted to Bar: 2017
  • Areas of Practice: Real Estate, Estate Administration, Estate Planning


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