Co Founder & CEO
Nuno Rodrigues brings his diverse life experiences to better serve our clients. Giving back to the community and seeking justice for clients are important to Nuno Rodrigues.
About Nuno Rodrigues
Nuno Rodrigues is originally from Newmarket, Ontario. He attended York University earning an Honours Degree in Political Science. After graduating from York, he escaped the cold Canadian winters, going to law school in Florida. He graduated law school in 2012 and returned to Ontario. He completed his articling with a personal injury focused law firm in Toronto. Nuno Rodrigues was looking to develop and grow his practice in a smaller community and he joined Bonn Law Office after his call to the bar in January 2014.
During his university years, Nuno Rodrigues was an active member of the student body where he founded the Canadian American Law Society and was a member of the volunteer immigrant rights association and sports law society. In addition, Nuno Rodrigues interned at the Public Defender’s Office for the 4th Judicial Circuit, Felony Division. From these experiences, Nuno Rodrigues has developed a passion for advocating on behalf of injured plaintiffs who have been harmed by the negligent and/or intentional acts of others.
Before going to law school, Nuno Rodrigues was selected to participate in a State Building and Development Administration project where he travelled to the Middle East to assist in the establishment of a Public Administration program at Jerusalem University. During his undergraduate degree, Nuno Rodrigues worked as a taxi cab driver, an experience he credits his commitment to excellent client relations to.
Nuno Rodrigues brings his diverse life experiences to better serve our clients. Giving back to the community and seeking justice for clients are important to Nuno Rodrigues. Since joining Bonn Law, Nuno Rodrigues has become a volunteer board member of the Hastings County Law Association. When not in the office, Nuno Rodrigues enjoys kicking the ball around the soccer pitch or playing a game of hockey.