Meredith G. Cox Family Law Oakville




Meredith was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1994. She graduated with law degrees from the Universities of Windsor (LL.B.) and Detroit Mercy (J.D.) in 1992. In 1989, she received her undergraduate degree in Political Science and French from the University of Western Ontario (B.A. Hons.).
Additional related course work includes Collaborative Family Law, Mediation, Neuro Family Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Trial Advocacy, Expressive Arts, Coaching, Leadership, Change Management and Human Relations (Individuals, Community and Workplace).
Meredith is continually taking courses, networking, reading and learning new strategies to best address the challenges faced by separating and divorcing clients.

Speaker and Presenter

Meredith is committed to sharing her expertise and knowledge.  She speaks about family law and mediation to community groups and schools using her own comprehensive teaching tools.   
Meredith is available to present topics related to family law, collaborative practice, holistic family law, integrative family law and mediation.  She is pleased to provide customized presentations to individuals, businesses, community groups, organizations and schools.

Teacher and Writer

As an instructor for the Bar Admission Course in Family Law and in the development of new competency based examination questions, Meredith has been involved in the licensing process for the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Meredith is a contributing author to the electronic version of the Brampton News as well as the  section on family law proceedings in "Summary Judgments and Dispositions Before Trial" by Robert van Kessel.
Meredith is also an experienced blog writer on Collaborative Family Practice

Community Involvement

Meredith is a past Director of the Halton Women's Centre, the International School for Interdisciplinary Studies and the United Way of Milton where she was the Chair of the Funding Allocations and Agency Relations Committee.
Meredith volunteered with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Peel Children’s Aid Society, United Way of Peel, People to Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere, the Canadian Women’s Foundation and the Association for Children with Learning Disabilities.


Law Society of Upper Canada
Peel Halton Collaborative Family Practice Group
International Association for Collaborative Professionals



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