Jordana Haar is building a diverse civil litigation practice. Prior to joining Chernos Flaherty
, Jordana articled at McCarthy Tetrault LLP and MT>3, a Division of McCarthy
Tetrault, in Toronto, dividing her time between litigation and e-discovery.
Jordana received her law degree from the Queen’s University Faculty of Law. During her time at
Queen’s, she served as a research assistant to Professor Jacob Weinrib, working on research
projects in constitutional and administrative law. She also volunteered with the Queen’s Legal
Aid Clinic, served as the president of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and
participated in the Laskin Moot, finishing second overall. Prior to attending Queen’s, Jordana
received an Honours Bachelor of Arts in international relations from Western University.
Jordana was called to the bar in 2022.
Representative Counsel Matters
Jordana has assisted on
- Class actions involving breach of privacy, negligence, and breach of contract claims
- Shareholder disputes and oppression claims
- Regulatory proceedings before the Privacy Commissioner of Canada
- Professional liability disputes, both in court and in mediation
The Advocates’ Society
Canadian Bar Association
Toronto Lawyers Association
BA (Honours), 2017
University of Western Ontario