Laura Book has always combined determination with her inquisitive mind. These qualities enable her to be a tenacious advocate in the pursuit of justice for her clients. Laura has successfully acted for both plaintiffs and defendants in civil matters including commercial litigation, construction lien litigation, contract disputes, defamation, and employment cases, among others. In addition, Laura has effectively represented members of the College of Veterinarians of Ontario throughout their complaint process, as well as representing clients at the Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario. Laura believes being a lawyer is a privilege and carries with it a special responsibility to contribute to the growth of her community to ensure its members have proper access to justice.
Laura, who grew up in the village of Elora, Ontario, has longstanding family ties to Huron County spanning over 100 years. She is now truly a part of the Huron County community, and is contributing to the area as her family once did.
After completing her undergraduate degree from University of Western Ontario, Laura completed her Juris Doctor degree at Bond University in Australia. While at Bond, in addition to attaining high marks in her law school courses, Laura was Captain of the Women’s Volleyball team. Laura competed across Australia where she led her team to a Gold medal in the 2013 Australian University Games and a Bronze medal in the 2014 games.
Laura is a competitive spirit with unfaltering energy to provide her clients with excellence, set as her standard of service.