Christine Kako is a law clerk at Doli Law Offices. She graduated with a Paralegal diploma from Academy of Learning College in Toronto. She is also a graduate of Corporate Governance and Administration from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators in the United Kingdom (ICSA-UK). Christine is currently studying at York University perusing a Bachelors of Human Rights and Equity Studies.
Nazim Safi is a Law Clerk at Doli Law Offices and is in charge of litigation cases.
Rahma Ali is a Law Clerk at Doli Law Offices and is in charge of Business immigration files
Sharifa is a Law Clerk in charge of the organization of client’s files and prepares them for trials.
Henry is a passionate litigator in diverse areas of law including personal injury, estate, immigration, wrongful dismissal (employment law), human rights and WSIB. Henry has practised law in many jurisdictions including Ontario, Alberta and Uganda.
Henry obtained an LLB from the University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in 1998, and subsequently obtained an LLM in 2001 and S.J.D. in 2005 from the University of Toronto. Henry has taught law at Makerere University and at Ryerson University (Ted Rogers School of Management). Over the years, Henry has presented papers at numerous academic conferences and has published articles in scholarly journals.
Henry is a firm believer in quality service and respect for clients. Feel free to contact Henry for a free consultation at: Tel: (416)235 2844.
My name is Mohamed Doli. I am a lawyer, practicing in the area of civil litigation, more specifically personal injuries.Hard work, endurance and self confidence are the ticket to success in this country.The love and respect for my community has given me unmatched self‐esteem for I have discovered the value of my community, and hence my identity as one based on solid Somali‐Canadian. To be part of the Canadian mosaic is a significant gift that make me feel that my children and I can be anything we so desire to be. This is a rare value – and it is a Canadian value. Lastly and not the least, I am successful because I have refused to be defined by any one. I am my own man – I am a Somali. I am a Canadian. I am an immigrant. This is how I defined myself – thus I have placed my destiny in my own hands.