Tel: (604) 685-8090
1998 – Bachelor of Science, University of Jerusalem.
2002 – Bachelor of Arts in Linguistics and Literature (Magna Cum Laude), Tel Aviv University.
2007 – Bachelor of Laws Degree/Juris Doctor Degree, University of British Columbia.
2008 – Called to the British Columbia Bar.
Magal’s practice encompasses all aspects of family law, including parenting arrangements and child support for children with special needs, cases involving family violence, mobility and relocation cases, retroactive child and spousal support matters, and property matters. She has conducted trials and complex Chambers applications, negotiated settlements, marriage agreements, and cohabitation agreements, and represented clients at mediations. In addition to representing parents, she has advised and acted for grandparents and other family members in multi-party child custody cases.
Magal moved to British Columbia in 2004 to attend law school at the University of British Columbia and has been delighted to call the province home since then. Prior to attending UBC, she obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Science and another Bachelor’s degree in linguistics and literature (Magna Cum Laude). She was called to the British Columbia bar in 2008 and has worked at Pietrow Law Group since 2009.
Outside of work, Magal enjoys the company of family and friends, spending time outdoors, reading, and a variety of sports. She writes on family law for The Verdict, the quarterly magazine of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia, and has presented on family law for the TLABC (Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia) and for Battered Women Support Services in Vancouver. She is also a volunteer at Access Pro Bono BC.
Memberships and Activities
- The Law Society of British Columbia
- The Canadian Bar Association, British Columbia Branch
- Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia
- West Coast Legal Education and Action Fund
Volunteer lawyer at Access Probono