Rosen Sunshine LLP expands with new associate
The boutique health law firm Rosen Sunshine LLP is expanding with a new associate.
Erin Dobbelsteyn joined Rosen Sunshine LLP in July 2014.
"Among an extraordinary group of young lawyers interested in a career in health law, Erin stood out. We hired her in March but waited for her to complete her articles and to be called to the bar."
Rosen, partner at Rosen Sunshine with Elyse Sunshine, says the firm is pleased to have her available to its clients.
"She is bright, enthusiastic and has a keen interest in our practice area," he says.
Rosen Sunshine LLP, a member of the Toronto Chapter of the International Network of Boutique Law Firms, practises in all areas of health-law advocacy and advice, primarily in regulatory matters, including College investigations, complaints, discipline, quality assurance, capacity and registration proceedings, as well as appeals and reviews of regulatory decisions.
Dobbelsteyn, a member of the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations, comes to Rosen Sunshine LLP after she was called to the Ontario Bar in June 2014. She completed her articles with the Toronto office of an international law firm and graduated in the top 10 per cent of her class at Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law with a speciality in health law and policy. Prior to that, she worked as a summer student in the Legal Services Branch of the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, where she developed an understanding of the regulatory framework governing the Canadian health-care sector.
"I feel incredibly fortunate for the opportunity to practise health law in a dynamic, supportive environment and to gain hands-on advocacy experience at an early stage in my career," she tells the online legal news service.
Dobbelsteyn assists health-care professionals by providing advice and representation in regulatory, administrative and civil matters, as well as provides opinions and general advice to health-care professionals, health-care organizations, and individuals with respect to a variety of health-related legal matters.