Mathura obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Master of Arts from York University and her law degree from the University of Windsor. During her time at law school, Mathura was a member of the Pro Bono Students of Canada and participated in a project aimed at making the banking industry more accessible for marginalized communities. Mathura also participated as a classroom facilitator in the Windsor High School Outreach Program, encouraging young students to pursue careers in the legal field. Mathura has a passion for advocacy and was awarded a distinction for her first year Legal Research and Writing Moot.
Upon being called to the bar of Ontario in 2017, Mathura worked as Legal Counsel with the Ministry of the Attorney General. During her time with various legal services branches, she contributed to the modernization of family law legislation and developed an interest and expertise in the area of child welfare and child protection. She also represented the interests of Ontario Disability Support Program recipients, in conjunction with the Family Responsibility Office, and routinely provided strategic advice and litigation support in various complex matters relating to human rights, labour and employment.
Prior to joining Diamond & Diamond, Mathura was an associate at a well-known family law firm in the Region of Peel, where she represented clients at various levels of court, including the Ontario Superior Court and the Court of Appeal.
Mathura’s practice is built on hard work, patience, and a solid understanding of the challenges faced by clients. She has strived to ensure that her clients receive the highest quality of services to achieve the best possible outcome by recognizing that legal issues are often compounded by non-legal concerns.
In her spare time, Mathura has been a volunteer with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of York in various capacities. She also enjoys spending time with her family and eating her way through all of the different cuisines the GTA has to offer.