- Ontario, 2011
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Windsor (2011)
- Bachelor of Arts, Brock University (2007)
- Bachelor of Arts, Brock University (2006)
Professional Accreditations and Affiliations
- Hamilton Law Association
- The Advocates’ Society
Anne-Louise Cole is an Intermediate Counsel at the Oakville office. Since joining Aviva Trial Lawyers in 2016, Anne-Louise has developed a diverse insurance litigation practice, including defending Occupiers’ Liability Act cases, complex motor vehicle accident cases, fatalities, OPCF-44R claims, and property damage claims.
Anne-Louise has argued appeals and an application for Judicial Review before the Divisional Court. She has made written submissions to the Court of Appeal for Ontario.
Prior to joining Aviva Trial Lawyers, she had a general litigation practice with an emphasis on civil litigation and criminal law. In that role, she acted on a wide variety of cases, including defending civil sexual assault claims, fatalities, and professional malpractice claims. Anne-Louise also advanced claims on novel personal injury matters, including claims against the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission on behalf of problem gamblers who had self-excluded.
She has published articles in The Hamilton Law Association Journal and The Litigator. Anne-Louise currently sits on a subcommittee of the Hamilton Law Association.
Anne-Louise was awarded the Michael A. Wadsworth Scholarship at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and was a two-time recipient of the President’s Award at Brock University.
Anne-Louise was a member of the Brock University varsity swim team. In her spare time, she trains in Brazilian jiu-jitsu, enjoys running, and hikes the Bruce Trail. She is passionate about animal rights and can often be spotted at retired racing greyhound events with her greyhound, Olaf.