Colin is an associate in our tax practice. Colin joined the firm as a summer student in 2018 and articled with the firm in 2019-2020.
Colin earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. Prior to law school, he obtained an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English Literature (with distinction) from Concordia University.
While at the University of Toronto, Colin volunteered with Downtown Legal Services’ Tenant Duty Counsel Assistance Program, where he helped with client outreach and intake at Toronto’s Landlord Tenant Board, and was a working group member at the David Asper Centre, where he helped draft a submission to the Department of Justice on the retention and use of personal information in national security matters.
Colin held editorial positions with both the University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review and the Journal of Law and Equality as well as working as a Research Assistant for several professors during his time at school.
He was awarded the Blake, Cassels & Graydon Taxation Prize for taking the highest place in taxation law and presented his research on the applicability of Canada’s taxation regime to streaming services at the University of British Columbia’s Interdisciplinary Legal Studies Graduate Student Conference.
Outside of law, Colin’s interests include playing and watching sports, travelling, and reading and watching classic books and movies.