Name and Title
Inderpreet Suri
Year of Call

2018 (Ontario)

  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Condominium Institute (Toronto)
  • Toronto Lawyers Association
  • The Advocates’ Society

Inderpreet Suri

Toronto condominium lawyer Inderpreet Suri has found a perfect match in her chosen sector of law.

Suri, an associate with Shibley Righton LLP's Toronto office, prides herself on her ability to connect with clients, and she tells AdvocateDaily.com that developing those relationships is one of her favourite parts of the job.

“Most of the time with clients, you get one-on-one interaction with a single person, but with condos, you’re dealing with many different individuals. There are board members, property managers, executives at property management companies, and many more,” Suri says. “My style is to always be accessible, and I like to encourage friendly and open communication.

“I’ve always been a big people person, so condo law has really worked out well for me,” she adds.

Suri says she felt destined for a career in the legal profession from an early age, driven in part by encouragement from family, including her newcomer Canadian parents.

“It was always in the cards for me to choose a career that was well respected, and I found I was immediately drawn to the legal environment,” she says. “It’s definitely hard work, but at the end of the day, it’s ultimately about helping people, which is all I really wanted to do.”

Suri kept her practice area options open during her time at Queen’s University law school. She signed up for a broad spectrum of classes, and excelled at most of them, picking up academic awards for the highest standing in both Commercial Law and Insolvency & Restructuring. In addition, Suri found time to work with the faculty’s prison law and family law clinic.

Suri articled with Shibley Righton before her call to the bar in 2018 and has been able to maintain variety in her legal practice, despite working exclusively with the firm’s Condo Law Group.

“Condo law is perfect for juggling various interests because, in addition to litigating disputes in court or tribunals, you’re also dealing with contracts, employment issues and other legal matters,” she says. “The condo law world encompasses all different types of law, so it’s a perfect match for me.”

Although the firm also acts for individual unit owners in matters, most of Suri’s work is done on behalf of condo corporations, assisting boards and management companies on a variety of issues, including advice on governance, bylaw and declaration drafting, and contractual agreements.

“Enforcement is also a big part of my practice — we help boards enforce compliance, whether by letter, negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or eventually, through court if necessary,” she adds.

Outside of the office, Suri enjoys travelling, cooking and watching movies. In addition to offering services in English, she also speaks fluent Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.


More About

Inderpreet Suri is an associate at Shibley Righton LLP and works exclusively with the condominium law group at Shibley Righton. She articled with the firm from 2017-2018 and was called to the Bar in 2018.

Inderpreet prides herself on her ability to connect with clients and fostering meaningful relationships with her clients. She believes in being accessible to her clients and encourages friendly and open communication.

Throughout her time at Shibley Righton, Inderpreet has assisted condominium corporations with various litigation matters that involve a variety of different legal issues such as enforcement of or compliance with a condominium corporation’s governing documents, contractual obligations and liabilities, and employment issues and liabilities. Inderpreet has also assisted individual condominium unit owners and residents in situations where they are being unfairly oppressed or disregarded by their condominium corporation. She has represented clients in Small Claims Court, Superior Court and other alternative dispute resolution forums including the Condominium Authority Tribunal.

Inderpreet attended law school at Queen's University. While at Queen's University, Inderpreet worked with the Queen's Prison Law Clinic and the Queen's Family Law Clinic. While in law school, Inderpreet also worked as a summer student at a boutique real estate firm and a boutique civil-litigation firm.

In her spare time, Inderpreet enjoys travelling, cooking and watching movies. In addition to English, Inderpreet is also fluent in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu.

Contact Information

T: 416.214.5239
F: 416.214.5439
E: inderpreet.suri@shibleyrighton.com


Queen’s University, J.D., 2017

York University, BA Hons., 2014