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Paul’s practice is focused on assisting Estate Trustees with the administration of Estates and acting as Estate Trustee.

Paul represents the third generation of lawyers in the Mills family at the firm. He is a grandson of Alexander Mills, K.C., one of the founders, and son of Ralph S. Mills, Q.C. Paul articled with the firm, became a Partner in 1973 and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1982.

Year of Call

1969

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Princeton University, 1964
J.D., University of Toronto, 1967

Memberships/Affiliations

Law Society of Ontario

Former Boards

LPBP Inc.
Fred Victor Centre (Chair)
Ontario Bar Association, Charity and Not-For-Profit Section Executive
Ewart Angus Homes Inc. (Chair)
Rosedale Golf Club, Toronto
Muskoka Lakes Golf & Country Club (President)
St. James-Bond United Church (Chair)
The Scott Mission
Toronto United Church Council
UTS Alumni Association (President)
Princeton Alumni Association of Canada (President)
Fairlawn Avenue United Church Trustee (Chair)

Latest News

Expanding Business to Canada

Happy Holidays from Mills & Mills LLP

Good Governance in Bad Times

2020 Charities Get Together: Part 4

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Canada

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