Many professions and other regulatory bodies have administrative or disciplinary processes for determining a whole host of issues. These hearings are often informal but don't let that informality fool you. Legal rights are being determined and you should have legal representation or, at least, a consultation.

Or maybe you've had a hearing and didn't like the outcome? Or an organization made a decision that you'd like to challenge? In some cases, these decisions can be reviewed using a process called "judicial review".

I have experience in dealing with administrative hearings and judicial review applications before the Divisional Court and the Ontario Court of Appeal.

In particular, I have experience with police complaints and discipline matters under the Police Services Act and am currently working on a forthcoming book on police law to be published by a leading legal publisher.

Some examples of my work:

As a student, I was awarded the Frank W. Wilson and Marion Claire Wilson Memorial Scholarship in Constitutional Law and the Cassels Brock & Blackwell Centennial Prize.