Judith M. Wolf, JD has practiced primarily in the area of residential real estate, acting for individuals buying and selling property as well as acting as counsel to financial institutions and private investors in all areas of mortgage work and mortgage remedy work.
As a professor at Seneca College in the School of Legal and Public Administration, she teaches a variety of courses in the law clerk and paralegal programs, including all aspects of real estate law. Judith also mentors law school graduates in the Law Practice Program at Ryerson University.
Published works by Judith include Ontario Residential Real Estate Transactions for Practititioners (October 2018) and a Practical Guide to Mortgage Remedies in Ontario. In addition, she co-authored Residential Real Estate Transactions and Legal Entities and Relationships and contributed the real estate chapter to Introduction to Law in Canada.