A passionate advocate who is fiercely dedicated to criminal law, Nadia Klein joined MOON ROZIER LPC in 2018. Prior to joining MOON ROZIER LPC Nadia was an agent for the Public Prosecution Service of Canada where she prosecuted drug offences.
Nadia completed her articles with Susan Chapman, working in criminal defence where she drafted submissions for the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada. Graduating from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2016, Nadia spent her law school career singularly focussed on criminal law. In her first year Nadia received the Barry D. Torno Memorial Prize for best research paper in an area related to International Property Law and is published in IP Osgoode’s blog for best “Blog Assignment” in Entertainment and The Law. A student in Osgoode’s Criminal Law Intensive Program in her second year, Nadia also provided research assistance to Justice James Stribopoulos on the second edition of Criminal Procedure in Canada; co-authored with Justice Enzo Rondinelli and Steven Penney.
Also, a classical musician, Nadia is a cellist who performs regularly with the Windsor Symphony. She received her bachelor of music in performance from the University of Toronto in 2003. She received her master’s of music and a professional studies diploma from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and served as the faculty teaching assistant at Arizona State University. Additionally, Nadia was a member of the national-award winning Gemini String Quartet and has received numerous chamber music awards.
In her free time Nadia enjoys reading, movies and playing video games.