Our Story

Our mission has always been to help people live a dignified life, and leave a positive legacy in the world. Law is a means of achieving this.

Our Approach

We would like to make law accessible to everyone. Through our professional legal services, and our website's blog, we hope to achieve this goal.

Meet the Team

We work as a team to bring you the best outcome and content possible.


Abdalla Ali Al-Baalawy

Managing Partner


Thabang Pebane



Sumayya Mohammed

Law Clerk


Tawfic Mumuni Amandi

Articling Student

Abdalla Ali Al-Baalawy is AAA Law LLP’s Founder and Managing Partner, providing legal services and mentorship to numerous communities.

Abdalla obtained a B.A. at the University of Toronto focusing on Economics and International Development Studies. He then went on to obtain his law degree at the Law School of the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom. Upon his completion, Abdalla returned to Ontario, Canada where he got called to the bar. He has been a member of the Law Society of Ontario, Canada since 2018. Abdalla is also a member of the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, and the Toronto Lawyers Association. His main areas of practice are:

  • Litigation
  • Corporate & Business Law
  • Canadian Immigration
  • Family Law

Abdalla likes to define himself as a change maker. He has a deep commitment to community and civic engagement. He was previously a member of the student union at the University of Toronto where his passion for advocacy began. Abdalla is a firm believer in helping others achieve their potential, and follows the saying: “anything is possible, impossible is nothing, and if you can believe, you can achieve.”

Called to the Ontario bar in 2018

Thabang Pebane is a Partner at AAA Law LLP, with a passion for providing legal services to our clients and ensuring that their cases are handled with great care and consideration.

Thabang obtained a B.A. Honours in Criminology and Political Science from the University of Toronto. He then went on to complete a Graduate Diploma in Law and a Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice at the University of Cardiff in the United Kingdom. Upon his completion, Thabang returned to Ontario, Canada, where got called to the bar in 2019. Thabang is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, Canada, and also a member of the Ontario Bar Association. His main areas of practice are:

  • Criminal Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Canadian Immigration
  • Family Law

Thabang has a passion for finding innovative ways to solve legal issues or disputes. Thabang is very accessible to our clients and works tirelessly to advocate on their behalf. Outside of the work environment, Thabang enjoys providing tutoring and mentorship services to law students, playing sports, and participating in community engagement initiatives.

Called to the Ontario bar in 2019

Sumayya Mohammed is AAA Law LLP’s Law Clerk, providing legal assistance to the firm and its clients. Sumayya graduated from George Brown College with a Bachelor of Commerce in Financial Services. She has been a part of AAA Law LLP since 2019. Sumayya has a passion in working with the community, and she has been able to showcase her skills during her time in George Brown College. Sumayya has been involved within multiple community organizations since then.

At AAA Law, Sumayya assists the firm and clients in the following areas:

  • Canadian Immigration
  • Litigation
  • Family Law
  • Corporate & Business Law

Tawfic Mumuni Amandi is an Articling Student at AAA Law LLP.

Tawfic obtained his Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) at York University, focusing on Human Rights and Equity Studies. Tawfic recently finished his law degree at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law. Tawfic’s main areas of practice are:

  • Canadian Immigration
  • Family Law
  • Litigation

Tawfic’s experience in Canada motivated him to pursue a law degree to develop the necessary skills to help vulnerable and marginalized individuals within our community. Tawfic’s passion for social justice has been further fueled through his legal education and experience as a Youth Refugee Intern at a Refugee Center. He is excited to help the marginalized within any society.

Planned Call to the Ontario bar in 2023