Suzanne Poole

Suzanne Poole - HGR Graham Partners LLP
Suzanne Poole - HGR Graham Partners LLP
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Suzanne Poole was born and educated in Penetanguishene prior to graduating high school from Havergal College. Suzanne received her bachelor of Business from Ryerson University in 1998. After graduating from Ryerson she worked for ten years as a law clerk at a Midland plaintiff personal injury firm and, in 2008, was licensed as a Paralegal.

In 2009, Suzanne returned to study law at the University of Ottawa, common law program, graduating in 2012.

Suzanne worked as a summer student at HGR LLP in 2011. In July 2012, she began Articling with HGR Graham Partners LLP and received her call to the Bar in June, 2013. Suzanne worked at the firm as an associate from 2013 to 2017. Suzanne joined the partnership starting in January 2018. Suzanne’s primary areas of practice are real estate law & wills and estate law.

Suzanne works from both our Penetanguishene and Midland locations. Suzanne, her husband and two children reside in the Midland area.


  • Legal Education: University of Ottawa (LL.B. 2012)
  • Admitted to Bar: 2013
  • Area of Practice: Residential Real Estate, Wills and Powers of Attorney, and Estate Administration

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