The Month of October has been the month of celebration and thanksgiving party of my very good friend Barrister Daizy Bethea. Some of you may already know Daizy is also my executive blog editor.
The event was to mark her admission to her 4th professional Bar. This time it was the Law Society of Upper Canada, the most prestigious law society in Canada.
The church service was very well attended and conveyed the right degree of spiritualism. Afterwards it was eat and mingle time for Daizy’s family, friends and colleagues who turned out in great numbers to wish this much accomplished lady well.
For me it was very personal journey because Daizy is a very good friend of mine and I was there with her when she started this particular journey that ended so well for her.
I am not quite sure how to pay tribute to ‘Dez’ as I sometimes call her, but suffice it to say that if any friend of mine deserves success, she is that person. A more hardworking and driven person I am yet to see! She takes life’s ups and downs with grace and just keeps striving to do better. Dez deserves all the fanfare and and fun that swirled around her today and I truly wish her the best in her career.
Dez says that what drives her is her belief in a divine power and the knowledge that God has a plan for each one of us. When asked her view of current world trends, Dez with usual candor says she firmly believes that the ambivalence of the big and powerful in the face of tyranny and oppression is what makes evil thriumph. Dez a great advocate for civil liberties, added that she always preaches tolerance of other people different than us as a panacea for most ills.
Daizy believes in advocating for her clients in the best way possible in the areas of law her practice covers – real estate; wills, estates and trust; personal injury; commercial and corporate law. Her law practice is based in Mississauga with another office to open soon in toronto.
If you or anyone you know is looking for any kind of legal services or immigration please do not hesitate to contact Dez (here)