Kerri Crawford practices primarily in the areas of labour and employment law, municipal law, personal injury law and child protection. She assists clients with navigating all stages of the litigation process. Kerri joined Pearlman Lindholm. in 2016, having practiced in Toronto since her call to the Bar in 2015. Prior to joining Pearlman Lindholm she worked at a trusts and estates boutique litigation firm in Toronto.
Kerri has a significant background in the mental health field. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from the University of Toronto in 2007 and worked for several years as a clinical and research assistant for a forensic psychiatrist. She is the co-author of two published medico-legal articles in the Advocates’ Quarterly, and a book chapter on mental health and powers of attorney.
Kerri has been actively involved in the music community throughout her life. She earned a diploma in jazz music performance, worked as an administrative assistant at the Metropolitan Opera in New York and spent several years as the Director of the Harbord Street Jazz Festival in Toronto. Kerri enjoys running and playing music in her spare time.