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Three associates join Wildeboer Dellelce

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 @ 11:21 AM | By John Chunn


Wildeboer Dellelce LLP announced that Alexandra Meffe, Joel Fraser and Marija Tasevaska have joined the firm as associates.

According to the firm’s press release, Meffe practises primarily in the areas of corporate finance and securities, mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and corporate and commercial law.

She joined the firm as a summer student in 2016 and articled with the firm in 2017-2018, during which time she completed a three-month secondment in the Corporate Finance Branch of the Ontario Securities Commission.

Meffe earned her juris doctor from the Faculty of Law at Western University. She holds a bachelor of commerce degree from Ryerson University.

Fraser’s practice focuses primarily in the areas of corporate finance and securities, M&A and corporate and commercial law.

He joined the firm as a summer student in 2016 and articled with the firm in 2017-2018, during which time he completed a three-month secondment in the Corporate Finance Branch of the Ontario Securities Commission.

Fraser earned a juris doctor from the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa and a J.D. from the College of Law at Michigan State University. He holds a bachelor of commerce degree from Dalhousie University.

During law school, he was a caseworker at the Alvin L. Storrs Low-Income Taxpayer Clinic and a member of the law school’s hockey team. He received the Jurisprudence Achievement Award for the highest standing in the tax clinic and the Ed Ratushny Prize for the highest standing in a public law course. Fraser spent a semester abroad during law school studying at the University of Puerto Rico.

Tasevaska will work as an associate in the firm’s tax practice. She completed her bachelor of laws at the University of Dundee in Scotland, where she was involved with the Student Law Society, the Student’s Union and was the elected student representative on the Board of Governors.

Prior to obtaining her juris doctor from the University of Windsor, Tasevaska worked at an insurance company in Toronto where she gained insight into the workings of the insurance industry.

While studying at Windsor, she volunteered at the Community Legal Aid Clinic working as a caseworker and later as a litigator. She was also part of the executive team for the Cycling Association of Windsor Law. She graduated in the top two per cent of her class and was the recipient of the Blake Cassels & Graydon LLP Prize for the highest standing in corporate/commercial subjects.