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New member of Thomson Rogers’ planning and municipal law group

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 @ 9:32 AM | By John Chunn

Thomson Rogers announced that associate Katryna Vergis-Mayo has joined the Toronto firm as a member of its planning and municipal law group.

According to the firm’s press release, prior to joining Thomson Rogers, she worked at the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing where she gained experience working on municipal and planning law files. Her practice will focus primarily on municipal and planning law, in addition to expropriation matters.

Vergis-Mayo graduated from Windsor Law in 2019. While completing her law degree, she was the president of the Windsor Municipal and Planning Law Association, which held numerous events related to prevalent issues in the field. She was also the recipient of several municipal/land use planning awards while at Windsor Law including the Max N. Mousseau Memorial Award in Municipal Law, the R. Lawrence DeShield Memorial Award in Municipal Law Studies, the Kellerman Family Bursaries and the Morris D. Baker Scholarship in honour of Armando DeLuca.

Prior to law school, Vergis-Mayo graduated from Ryerson University with a bachelor’s degree in urban and regional planning and subsequently went on to complete a master of spatial analysis, also at Ryerson. She is currently in the process of becoming a registered professional planner. She is a member of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and the Canadian Institute of Planners.