Graham is an experienced businessman. In 1978, Mr. Scott opened NTSC Video Sales Company Limited, a pioneering electronics firm specializing in show business staging and giant screen video projection systems. NTSC was at one time the only Canadian manufacturer of video projection equipment, and won several worldwide contracts.

Graham has extensive project management, construction, and accounting experience. As a small business owner, he has experienced the problems owners face in everyday operations. After selling the business in 1988 he consulted to small business owners.

Graham Scott completed the accredited Paralegal Program at Durham College in 2010 graduating with honours. This is the most accelerated Paralegal program available in Ontario. Graham entered this program based on his extensive legal experience.

The Law Society of Upper Canada issued Graham a Paralegal Licence after he successfully completed the exam the same year. As a licensed member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Graham is authorized to provide legal services to the public within the province of Ontario.

His legal and business experience is an invaluable asset that benefits clients and continues to contribute to the firm's growing success.



Qamar Yasmeen Tyyebi

She completed her paralegal studies at Durham college in 2009 and has been working as a licensed paralegal by the Law Society of Upper Canada. She represents clients at the Land Lord and Tenant Board, Human Rights Commission,  Immigration and Refugee Board, and the Immigration Appeal Division. She has a passion to help her clients obtain their rights through advocacy.