Brian is an estate litigation associate practicing in the area of estate, trust, and capacity litigation.

Before joining Mills & Mills LLP in 2023, Brian practiced at an estate litigation boutique in downtown Toronto.

Previously, Brian practiced broadly in the areas of civil, commercial, construction, and employment litigation, with a particular focus on construction law disputes. As time went on, he developed a strong personal interest in estate litigation and knew that he wanted to help those needing representation in estate, trust, guardianship, and power of attorney disputes.

Brian graduated with a JD/MBA from the joint program at Osgoode Hall Law School and Schulich School of Business. During law school, he worked for two summers at the Corporate Finance Branch of the Ontario Securities Commission.

Prior to law school, Brian graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Arts from University of Toronto with a specialist in English Literature and a major in French Language & Literature.

Brian also had a previous career working in the mortgage industry at some of Canada’s major banks.

Year of Call

2018

Education

BA, University of Toronto, 2002
JD, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2017
MBA, Schulich School of Business, 2017

Memberships/Affiliations

Law Society of Ontario
Canadian Bar Association

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