A graduate of the University of Toronto, before attending law school at Osgoode Hall, Ranney Hintsa was employed as a licensed stockbroker, and as a information systems analyst. Prior to being called to the Bar, she worked for Crown Law Office – Criminal, where she ultimately specialized in the design and development of litigation case management systems for major criminal cases. A sole practitioner since 2004, Ms. Hintsa first practiced in Toronto, where she had lived for thirty years. In 2006, she opened her practice in Guelph, and now serves Guelph, Wellington County, Waterloo Region, Milton, and other jurisdictions in southwestern Ontario. She is a dedicated community member and mother.
A passionate, critical thinker, Ms. Hintsa takes a creative, multi-disciplinary approach to the representation of those charged with criminal offences, and her practice has a strong focus on the intersection of mental and the criminal justice system.
Ms. Hintsa is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, and the Wellington Law Association. She is a former member of the Executive for the Criminal Lawyers’ Association, as well as the Association’s Mental Health, Membership and Accessibility sub-committees. She is a past member of the Human Services and Justice Coordinating Committee (Regional).
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