Founder and CEO, My Legal Briefcase
Monica Goyal is a Toronto-based lawyer and a softwarenology entrepreneur who founded My Legal Briefcase, an online legal service firm focused on small claims court cases. She was employed in the United States and Canada in research and development with several major telecommunications and semiconductor companies.
After the completion of her law degree, Monica worked with a top Canadian IP firm. Monica's volunteer work with organizations such as Griffin Centre, Adventure Place, Downtown Legal Services, and Pro Bono Law Canada has given her insight into the accessibility and affordability of legal needs for the marginalized. It was the inspiration for My Legal Briefcase.
After graduating from her undergraduate degree from the University of Waterloo, where she was a Dean's List Scholar, Monica attended Stanford University, where she earned her Master's degree in Electrical Engineering. Monica has extensive industry experience as an electrical engineer. Monica also holds a law degree from the University of Toronto.