Diana W. Dimmer practices in the area of civil litigation with the City of Toronto. She is the Director of the Litigation Practice Group for the City of Toronto. Diana is involved in a broad range of litigation matters for the City of Toronto, appearing before all levels of courts in Ontario. Prior to joining the City of Toronto, she practised civil litigation with a large Toronto firm. Diana received her B.A. from York University in 1980, received her LL.B. from Ottawa University in 1983, was called to the Ontario Bar in 1985, and received her LL.M. from Monash University, Australia in 1992. Diana was the recipient of the Harold G. Fox Education Fund Scholarship, Exchange Program at the Middle Temple, London, England, in 1985-1986. Diana has prepared and presented various papers for continuing Legal Education Seminars and is the co-author of the legal text Professional Liability in Canada, published by Carswell. She is also the instructor of the Clinical Legal Education Municipal Government Lawyering Course for the University of Toronto Law School.