Our Team

Jane Dean

Partner

After many years of working in the legal system, Jane Dean realized her passion for the law and wanting to give back. She then realized that a future providing legal services in a friendly, respectful, and affordable manner was the career choice for her.

Jane began her legal career as a secretary at the firm of Blakes, Cassels and Graydon in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Since then, she has worked in a variety of roles within the legal profession including working at the Ministry of the Attorney General, the Halton Region Crown Attorney’s Office, the Kitchener-Waterloo courthouse and the Office of the Children’s Lawyer.

In 2016/17, Jane attended Conestoga College’s Post-Graduate Paralegal program graduating with high distinction and earned her P1 Licence in 2017. Her extensive experience working in the judicial system and producing transcripts has prepared Jane to assist those that need legal representation and given her a wide breadth of knowledge of legal principles amid the legal system.

Jane provides legal support in landlord and tenant law, providing assistance to both landlords and tenants. She also focuses on employment law for non human-rights related employment matters.

For assistance with the Landlord and Tenant Board or employment matters, contact Jane.

Jane Dean

Partner

After many years of working in the legal system, Jane Dean realized her passion for the law and wanting to give back. She then realized that a future providing legal services in a friendly, respectful, and affordable manner was the career choice for her.

Jane began her legal career as a secretary at the firm of Blakes, Cassels and Graydon in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Since then, she has worked in a variety of roles within the legal profession including working at the Ministry of the Attorney General, the Halton Region Crown Attorney’s Office, the Kitchener-Waterloo courthouse and the Office of the Children’s Lawyer.

In 2016/17, Jane attended Conestoga College’s Post-Graduate Paralegal program graduating with high distinction and earned her P1 Licence in 2017. Her extensive experience working in the judicial system and producing transcripts has prepared Jane to assist those that need legal representation and given her a wide breadth of knowledge of legal principles amid the legal system.

Jane provides legal support in landlord and tenant law, providing assistance to both landlords and tenants. She also focuses on employment law for non human-rights related employment matters.

For assistance with the Landlord and Tenant Board or employment matters, contact Jane.

Reilly Cservenyi

Partner

Reilly Cservenyi has always been involved in charities and social work as her family fostered children and her mother ran a not for profit. The desire to help people and give back to the community is in her blood. As an athlete, her competitive nature drove Reilly towards a career involving the law and the process of working to resolve legal disputes.

After graduating from the University of Guelph with a BA, Reilly attended Humber College, enrolling in the Paralegal Education Program, and graduated with Honours. Shortly thereafter, Reilly began a legal career by joining the Smith Valeriote Law Firm where Reilly worked for two years with a special focus on Small Claims Court litigation.

In 2018, Reilly started a career at National Recovery Corp. as the sole in-house paralegal. Reilly specializes in Small Claims Court matters, from the commencement of a claim, through to the enforcement of a judgment. Reilly is adept in navigating the complicated procedural waters of the Small Claims Court, ensuring that you are both comfortable and confident throughout the process.

Reilly always wanted a career offering an opportunity to make a noticeable difference in the lives of others and the legal field continues to fulfill that drive.

For Small Claims Court matters, Reilly will be able to help you.

Barrett Beaudoin

Associate Paralegal

Hailing from the outskirts of North Bay, ON, Barrett Beaudoin, moved to Mississauga as a laboratory manager working with environmental protection and drinking water legislation. After several years, he settled down in Cambridge. Barrett enrolled in the Paralegal program at Conestoga College which he completed in 2019 with High Distinction on the Dean’s Honour List. After licensing, he started his own practice; joining Dean Cservenyi LLP in 2020.

With a unique combination of the scientific method applied in critical thinking and a firm knowledge base in Provincial Offences Act matters, Barrett Beaudoin is an advocate that fearlessly defends the rights of people who have been accused of wrongdoing. He strenuously believes in his ethical obligation to ask every question and bring forth every reasonable argument. A meticulous logical approach to case work, combined with a personable, friendly attitude and “out-of-the-box” thinking, make him a paralegal representative worth the investment. He works to find resolutions that fit an individual’s needs and the circumstances of the case.  Barrett prides himself on providing consistently high-quality legal representation to his clients.

If you want to talk to someone about provincial offences, call Barrett.

Barrett Beaudoin

Associate Paralegal

Hailing from the outskirts of North Bay, ON, Barrett Beaudoin, moved to Mississauga as a laboratory manager working with environmental protection and drinking water legislation. After several years, he settled down in Cambridge. Barrett enrolled in the Paralegal program at Conestoga College which he completed in 2019 with High Distinction on the Dean’s Honour List. After licensing, he started his own practice; joining Dean Cservenyi LLP in 2020.

With a unique combination of the scientific method applied in critical thinking and a firm knowledge base in Provincial Offences Act matters, Barrett Beaudoin is an advocate that fearlessly defends the rights of people who have been accused of wrongdoing. He strenuously believes in his ethical obligation to ask every question and bring forth every reasonable argument. A meticulous logical approach to case work, combined with a personable, friendly attitude and “out-of-the-box” thinking, make him a paralegal representative worth the investment. He works to find resolutions that fit an individual’s needs and the circumstances of the case.  Barrett prides himself on providing consistently high-quality legal representation to his clients.

If you want to talk to someone about provincial offences, call Barrett.

Amy Poplata

Associate Paralegal

Amy graduated from Athabasca University with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology. During and following completion of her degree, she was always inspired by helping others. This is illustrated by her history volunteering with Homewood Health, Family and Children’s Services, and a criminal law firm in Kitchener.

In 2011, she began her legal career working for a civil litigation specialist and Deputy Judge. It was then that her true calling for the legal profession was realized. She pursued a career as a paralegal, attending and graduating from triOs college with high distinction.

Amy’s passion for empowering others continues by volunteering as the Director of the Liaison to the Law Society and Government Relations Committee at the Ontario Paralegal Association, and her involvement with the Family Law Working Group at the Law Society. These initiatives included projects to provide for the community by expanding access to justice and the paralegal profession.

Amy practice focuses on providing human rights assistance to individuals who have suffered discrimination in their workplaces, rental accommodations, or when accessing services in the community.

Through these experiences she endeavours to continue to provide compassionate and effective legal service for her clients.

For human rights disputes, Amy has the experience to help.