Daria (Dasha) Peregoudova

Daria (Dasha) Peregoudova


Daria (Dasha) Peregoudova
Contact Information

Daria (Dasha) Peregoudova


T 416.865.6731

F 416.865.6636

E dperegoudova@grllp.com


Western University, JD, 2016
University of Toronto, B. Sc. (Hon), 2012
Bar Admission

Ontario, 2017
About Gardiner Roberts LLP

For over 100 years, Gardiner Roberts has combined the benefits of a full-service law firm with the dexterity of a mid-sized one. Our focused, cross-disciplinary, one-team approach and commitment to understand your business joins our relevant expertise, immediacy and dedication to providing client-centric, hands-on service. 100% Canadian and fully independent, we offer a level of overall efficiency and cost-effectiveness that larger firms can't touch. Resisting "cookie-cutter" law, Gardiner Roberts has built its name - one rewarding client relationship at a time.

Executive Summary

Dasha is an associate lawyer and member of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution and Employment and Labour Groups at Gardiner Roberts LLP, with an emphasis on professional liability. Dasha also works with various sports and arts organizations, with a focus on governance.


Articles and Presentations
My Blog
Board Memberships
  • AthletesCAN, President
  • Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada (appointed by the Minister of Sport, Hon. Bal Gosal and re-appointed by the Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, Hon. Carla Qualtrough)
  • Shakespeare in the Ruff 
Professional Involvement
  • Law Society of Upper Canada
  • Ontario Bar Association
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • The Advocates’ Society
  • Toronto Lawyers Association
  • Pan American Sport Organization (PASO), Legal Commission
Beyond the Office

Dasha was a nine time national champion in taekwondo, and won two Pan Am gold medals during her athletic career. She plays beach volleyball, loves to cook, and is an avid supporter of the arts, with a passion for theatre in particular.

Dasha volunteers with the Olive Branch for Children, fundraising in Canada, but also having travelled to Tanzania. Her work in Tanzania earned her the Humanitarian Award at Western University.