Sue Noorloos

Sue joined Legate and Associates in 2011 after working in a general litigation practice. Sue works closely with the firm’s accident benefit department and her client’s rehabilitation teams to ensure that insurance benefits are provided when required and disputes are addressed promptly.


Sue has trial and appellate level experience, including two cases which have reached the Supreme Court.

Arts & Agriculture

Sue is a part of the local arts and agriculture community.


Sue’s practice is focused on medical malpractice, slip and fall injuries and motor vehicle collisions, including pedestrians and cyclists.


Called to the Ontario Bar, 2008

Bachelor of Laws, The University of Western Ontario, 2007

A.R.C.T. Royal Conservatory of Music (Performance)


  • Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
  • Middlesex Law Association

Publicataions and Speaking Engagements

Ontario Trial Lawyers Association (OTLA) publishes Sue’s case summaries.

Damages in a Wrongful Birth Case, OTLA Medical Malpractice Round Table, July 2014

Sue is a regular contributor to the Legate & Associates Accident Benefits Update Newsletter, the firm’s Facebook page and a columnist for the Monarch Magazine, a quarterly publication of the Brain Injury Association of Ontario.

Community Involvement

Sue has a love for music and is the choir director at Knox-St. Andrews Church. She is involved with Courthouse Rocks – a fundraiser for London Lawyers Feed the Hungry. She was the former secretary of the Middlesex Law Association. Her community volunteer activities have included performing/accompanying at community events, sitting on school council, coaching soccer, and judging moots at Western University and local high schools. She resides on a working farm and is involved with the local agricultural community. In addition to the practice of law, Sue is a “green thumb”, a sought after local performer and a busy Dance Mom.

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