Advocacy for Health Professionals
We defend regulated health professionals.
No matter how prickly the situation.
Your professional license matters.
Facing a College complaint, investigation, or discipline hearing can be stressful, especially when you already have a lot going on.
While the future may be uncertain, the College’s regulatory process shouldn’t be.
You need a strategy for what comes next.
We advocate for Ontario’s health professionals.
Why choose us?
Carina Lentsch, principal of ACL Law, is an experienced Ontario litigation lawyer. She has devoted her legal career to assisting and representing professionals at all career stages – in College and regulatory proceedings, privacy complaints, human rights claims, as well as malpractice and civil litigation. She is a compassionate advocate devoted to excellence and client service.
“Carina is truly a heart-centered, compassionate person and is as knowledgeable and professional as she is caring. Working with her alleviated the stress that comes with any legal matter for professionals, especially where reputation is important. Her pricing reflects her true desire to help professionals and makes excellent legal help within financial reach. I highly recommend ACL LAW and Carina Lentsch with 5 GOLD STARS to every single client centered professional.”
“Carina is an excellent listener, with knowledge, experience and commits to work with you from start to the end. She has integrity.”
“Efficient communication and high-quality service. For sure I would recommend Carina to any healthcare provider. 5 stars for excellent work, thorough analysis, and workable solutions. Thank you so much Carina!”
“Carina was extremely knowledgeable and understanding. She took the time to answer and thoroughly explained everything she could within her knowledge. Would highly recommend her to anyone in need of legal help for privacy and confidentiality for nurses.”
“Carina was very knowledgeable, informative, well-spoken and provided important clarifications which helped reduce my anxiety over possible outcomes.”
Interested in learning more?
Carina writes about health law and professional regulation. Check out her articles.