Kevin is a paralegal with a passion for law with a special emphasis on Human Rights and Employment Law representing both employers and employees. His experience and areas of practice also include Small Claims Court, and the Landlord and Tenant Board.
In 2014, Kevin had the distinction of being the first paralegal to participate in the Community Legal Aid Services Programme (CLASP) at Osgoode Hall Law School where he assisted in the carriage of numerous administrative law (Human Rights Tribunal, Social Benefits Tribunal) and Small Claims Court files, in addition to various immigration and criminal law matters.
Kevin brings to the table excellent critical thinking and analytical skills, as well as extensive experience in conflict resolution, negotiations and mediation.
In addition to providing legal services, Kevin offers workplace investigations as well as public legal education workshops and seminars in the areas of human rights and employment law in not-for-profit and private industry.
Kevin’s public advocacy work has garnered much attention from the media including numerous appearances on Breakfast Television, and coverage in the Toronto Star, the Villager and 97.3 FM.
Human Rights Publications (Selected)
KEVIN HITS THE GROUND RUNNING
POST SECONDARY EDUCATION
Toronto Metropolitan University B.A.A. (Previously Ryerson University)
University of Toronto
Effective Conflict Resolution Skills for Supervisors and Managers
Team Development for Supervisors
Small Business Training
Introducing and enforcing employment contracts
Conducting Workplace Investigations, the critical initial response
Communications & Effective Negotiating
Call today 647 860 8339
"Kevin handled my matter with care and was able to achieve the desired outcome for the matter. He exhibits excellent communication skills and is knowledgeable. I would highly recommend him to my friends."
Elaine P., Miller-Thompson LLP