A nearly lifelong resident of Fonthill and graduate of E.L.Crossley Secondary School, Rand Meshki is excited to have returned to the area to legally assist injured people and their families residing in the Niagara Region and surrounding areas.
While completing her law degree at the University of Windsor, Rand worked as a caseworker at the Community Legal Aid Clinic and volunteered at the Essex County Diversion Program through Probono Students of Canada, to help improve access to justice in Windsor. Academically, Rand excelled in law school, graduating in the Top 7% of her class and receiving numerous scholarships based on her academic performance, extracurricular activities and contributions to the community.
Prior to law school, Rand graduated from Western University in 2009 with an Honours Bachelor of Science Degree specializing in Kinesiology. During her time at Western, Rand competed as a Varsity Athlete on the Tennis Team, earning the Western Mustangs Academic All Star Award. In 2011, Rand earned a Master of Arts degree in Applied Health Science at Brock University. Throughout the course of her graduate studies, Rand’s research in Sport Ethics was presented at scholarly conferences and was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) through the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship, also earning her the Dean of Graduate Excellence Scholarship.
Rand’s background in Kinesiology enables her to understand her client’s injuries and the rehabilitation process. Her upbringing within a family of health professionals also puts her in a unique position to assist her clients as they navigate the intricacies of the healthcare system while attempting to recover from their injuries.
Outside of the office, Rand enjoys traveling, playing the piano, as well as a variety of sports, including tennis, volleyball, soccer, hiking and yoga.
Rand was called to the Ontario Bar in 2015 and is a dedicated and effective advocate for her clients.