About Amici Law


attorney at law /
Lana Cocieru, B.A., M.A., J.D.

Lana is the principal and founder of Amici Law. Lana attended York University and obtained her 

Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science. She then attended Carleton University and 

obtained her Master of Arts in European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies. Lana then went on to

complete her J.D. at the University of Ottawa following which she was called to the Ontario Bar. Currently she continues to be a member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario. 

 

Lana is fluent in Russian, Romanian, Spanish, and English and provides services

in these languages. She also has conversational proficiency in German and Italian. 

 

Lana represents her clients at all levels of courts in Ontario, including Ontario Court of Justice, Superior Court of Justice, and Court of Appeal for Ontario. Lana specializes in child and spousal support, division of property, decision making, and parenting time. Lana prides herself in 

assessing each case on its own merits and always takes into account the individual preferences

of each client. 

 

In her free time, Lana enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, and trying new recipes. 

 

Legal Assistant and Law Clerk /
Kyla Jamieson, B.A., L.L.B. Candidate, University of London

Kyla has been an asset to Amici Law since March 2021 and assists Lana and our clients in all

aspects related to Family Law and Real Estate.

 

Kyla attended Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning and received

her Bachelor of Paralegal Studies. In March of 2022, Kyla completed her Certificate in Family 

Mediation at York University. Kyla is an L.L.B candidate as she is currently completing her legal studies with the University of London.

 

Kyla is also a licensed paralegal with the Law Society of Ontario and continues to be in good standing. 

 

In her free time, Kyla enjoys personal fitness, travelling, and visiting trails with her dogs, Mika and Autumn. 

 

 

 

 

Summer Student 
Jenna Riina, B.A., J.D Candidate (Lincoln Alexander School of Law) 
 

Jenna Riina is a driven and enthusiastic student joining Amici Law for the Summer of 2024. Currently, Jenna is pursuing a Juris Doctor (JD) at Lincoln Alexander School of Law as a JD Candidate for the Class of 2026.

 

Jenna graduated from Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning in 2023 and received an Honours Degree in Bachelor of Paralegal Studies. Throughout her studies, Jenna published a paper in the Paralegal Access to Justice Journal, on Artificial Intelligence and Bias.

 

In addition to her academic achievements, Jenna has honed her skills through practical experiences. She has participated in moot court competitions, where she sharpened her advocacy skills and developed a strategic approach to legal argumentation, placing second in a National Client Consultation Competition, against all law schools across Canada.

Outside of her academic and professional pursuits, Jenna enjoys playing volleyball, tennis and travelling
 

 

Summer Student 
Noya Aronovich, B.A. Candidate

Noya is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in Specialized Honours Psychology & Bachelor of Education at York University, slated to graduate in 2025. Her academic journey reflects her deep interest in understanding human behavior and societal dynamics, which aligns well with her aspirations in the legal field.

Driven by a keen interest in law and a passion for justice, Noya aims to pursue a Juris Doctor (JD) in the future. Her time at Amici Law represents a valuable opportunity to gain practical experience and insights into the legal profession.

Outside of her academic pursuits, Noya enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring new recipes in the kitchen, and satisfying her wanderlust through travel.

Join Noya Aronovich this summer as she delves into the world of law at Amici Law, bringing her dedication, enthusiasm, and academic prowess to the table.

  

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