Paul Jansen obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in 1980 and received his law degree from that university in 1983. He was called to the Bar in Ontario in 1984 and joined Kemptville lawyer Edward (Ted) Warren that year, becoming a partner and establishing the law firm of Warren and Jansen.
In his more than 30 years of legal practice, Paul has dealt with every aspect of individual and company law. He is widely respected in the legal community and has served as President of the Leeds and Grenville Law Association.
In addition to his wide-ranging legal expertise, Paul is known for finding the most effective solutions for clients, whether dealing with business matters or family transitions.
Having grown up on a farm in Dundas County, Paul is well acquainted with the value of hard work. He remained true to his rural roots in his decision to practice law in “small town Kemptville.” Paul and his wife Carole, who also works with the firm, raised their four children in the community. Their children attended school in Kemptville and were involved in many sports and other community organizations, including the Kemptville ‘73s.
Contributing to and supporting the community have always been a priority for Paul and the firm. Paul is an active member of the board of directors for Community Living North Grenville, as well as that organization’s Past President. He provides many hours of pro bono legal services to other non-profit organizations in our community and to many others in need.
Paul was one of the founders of the co-op education program in our high schools. Over the years, the firm has provided placements for many co-op students, with a strong focus on mentoring and development opportunities.
Paul is supportive and proud of everyone at Jansen Law for their many volunteer hours and involvement in community sports, activities, service clubs and charity events.