About our Practice

The Firm…

Longo Law is a service-oriented law firm centrally located in the City of Vaughan at Highway #7 and Weston Road.  Our main objective is to provide effective and professional services to our clients while maintaining a genuine approach to the practice of law.


Liana’s business savvy nature stems from a long line of family entrepreneurs within the Vaughan Community.  She is well-known for providing high-quality legal services, and takes a practical approach to her legal practice.

Liana completed her Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in International Economics and Finance from Ryerson University in Toronto.  She then attended Law School in Lansing, Michigan, on a scholarship, and received her Juris Doctorate (J.D.) with Cum Laude Honours, in 2010.  Subsequently, she moved back to Toronto to complete her articling and opened her own law firm, Longo Law in 2013.  She is a proud member in good standing with the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian Bar Association, and the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce.

Liana has extensive experience in Real Estate Transactions, Wills & Estates, and Small Corporate Matters.  Liana also offers services as a registered Notary Public.

In her spare time, Liana enjoys spending time with her family, including her 2 children, traveling, and experiencing different food, and cultures.

Our Customers…

At Longo Law, we pride ourselves in focusing on helping our clients succeed while delivering a uniquely superior experience. We know to represent our clients is a privilege, one in which we strive to earn every day with every interaction.

The Longo Law client experience includes the service, outcome, excellence, and value we provide. The result is the wonderful relationship we build with our clients.



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