Kristoffer began his legal career in 2009 when he graduated in Sheridan College as a paralegal and completed his paralegal licensing. His first job was at a prestigious insurance defence firm in Toronto, Ontario under a senior partner. During this time, he also pursued charity work as a market supervisor for the Compass Food Bank in Mississauga, Ontario. He later decided to pursue a challenge that better reflected his desire to help other people, and joined a boutique law firm in North York as an accident benefits paralegal in 2012.
In 2013, Kristoffer was awarded the The Padma and Hari Harilela Bursary for strong achievements in both community involvement and academia at Bond University in Australia, where he attended law school. During his time in school, he worked part-time at a Personal Injury firm in Gold Coast, Queensland as a marketing coordinator until his graduation in 2015. He accepted a role as a contract administrator for a Fire Engineering Consultancy in Brisbane, Queensland until his working visa expired in Australia. Kristoffer then backpacked Asia for a number of months before returning back to Canada.
Kristoffer commenced his articles at his previous firm in North York, and developed more experience in Superior Court. He also took this time to do more volunteer work through the Compass Food Bank. Kristoffer was called to the Ontario Bar as a lawyer in 2018. Shortly after, he was hired at a boutique law firm in Mississauga, Ontario to lead their personal injury department.
As a lawyer, Kristoffer’s main focus is on his clients and treating them as people instead of file numbers. He takes time to keep his clients well informed of their claims. As an advocate, Kristoffer is polite but firm, and prepares diligently in order to be effective and professionally represent his clients in Small Claims, Superior Court and Tribunal matters.