What We Do

 

The presumption of innocence is essential in a society committed to fairness and social justice.

- Chief Justice Brian Dickson (R. v. Oakes)

The Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed the importance of this guiding principle.  The presumption of innocence protects the fundamental liberty and human dignity of any person accused by the state of criminal conduct.

Guided by the fact that our clients cannot know justice unless we know the law, our areas of practice include a broad spectrum of advice, trial advocacy and appellate representation in the following practice areas:

 The presumption of innocence is essential in a society committed to fairness and social justice.  The Supreme Court of Canada has affirmed the importance of this guiding principle in stating that the presumption of innocence protects the fundamental liberty and human dignity of any and every person accused by the State of criminal conduct.

Guided by the fact that our clients cannot know justice unless we know the law, our areas of practice include a broad spectrum of advice, trial advocacy and appellate representation in the following practice sectors:

  • All Criminal Code Offences;
  • Federal and Provincial Regulatory Offences;
  • Constitutional Litigation under the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms;
  • International Investigations, Cross-Border Issues and Prosecutions including Extradition and Mutual Legal Assistance Issues;
  • Advice and Consultation Services to Corporate Boards of Directors and Corporate Executives;
  • Representation at Public Inquires and Commissions as well as Coroners’ Inquests;
  • International Criminal Courts and Investigations;
  • Police Services, Special Investigation Units and Related Investigations;
  • Advice to Government Officials and Agencies and Conference Presentations.