Patrick J. Kraemer
Patrick Kraemer is excited to continue his practice at Kraemer LLP. Municipal and planning law is a focus area of practice and he continues to represent and advise clients on a range of legal challenges. Patrick obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Guelph, a Masters of Environmental Science (Land Use Planning) from the University of Waterloo and Bachelor of Laws degree from Osgoode Hall Law School (York University). Patrick is client focused. You will be treated with fairness, respect, candor and compassion.
April G. Postnikoff
April Postnikoff is a partner at Kraemer LLP.
April earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University, a Masters of Science degree in Marketing Communications from Roosevelt University and Juris Doctor Degree from Northwestern Pritzer School of Law. Since moving to the Kitchener-Waterloo area, she has obtained a Post Degree diploma in Peace and Conflict Studies from Conrad Grebel University College (University of Waterloo). She also holds certificates in Dispute Resolution, Levels One and Two and Family Mediation Skills Theory and Practice.
April is authentic, experienced, caring and looks forward to assisting her clients in the resolution of their legal issues.
April’s experience in the public and private sectors and as both prosecutor and defence counsel (including duty counsel), provides her with a unique and valuable perspective.
April is a member of the Ontario Bar and Illinois Bar.
April’s main areas of practice are Family law, Criminal law and Civil Litigation.
Patrick S. Liao
Patrick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania and his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. While at law school, Patrick worked as a student case worker in the criminal law division of Downtown Legal Services, the faculty’s community legal clinic, where he worked with clients who would otherwise not be able to afford defense counsel. He also volunteered as an Associate Editor of the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review, the University of Toronto branch of Pro Bono Students Canada, and researched comparative data privacy law for the David Asper Centre for Constitutional Rights. He completed his licensing at a Toronto law firm that worked with franchise clients and class actions. Before joining Kraemer LLP, Patrick was a sole practitioner. Patrick is eager to bring his research skills and competitive drive to help clients with their problems.