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Netta Romano is the Program Coordinator as well as a Professor of the Paralegal program at Sheridan College. Netta earned a B.A. in History from York University and an LL.B. from Osgoode Hall Law School. After several years working as a civil litigator in private practice in Mississauga and as in-house counsel for a large retailer, Netta began her teaching career at Sheridan in 2002 as a part-time instructor in the Court and Tribunal Program, the predecessor to the Paralegal Program. Having found her true calling, she returned to school to earn a Bachelor of Education from York University in 2008 and taught law (as well as geography and civics/careers) in the secondary school system briefly before happily returning to Sheridan full-time in 2010. Most recently, Netta completed her LL.M. degree in Labour Relations and Employment law at Osgoode Hall Law School.
"The measure of any civilization is how it treats its weakest members.” (Mahatma Gandhi)