Greg completed his undergraduate studies at Carleton University, where he obtained an Honours B.A. in Criminology. Prior to becoming a lawyer, he was licensed as a paralegal with the Law Society of Upper Canada. He started his legal career at ZTGH working as a law clerk/paralegal. Greg went on to obtain his J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School in 2017. He returned as a summer student during law school and completed his articles at ZTGH following graduation. He was called to the bar in Ontario in 2018.
Greg’s practice includes tort and accident benefits claims involving motor vehicle accidents, property claims, subrogation, general liability and he is a member of the estates practice group. He has regularly appeared before the Superior Court of Justice, has assisted at a License Appeal Tribunal hearing and has assisted in the preparation of several trials. Greg has also participated in numerous mediations with the Financial Services Commission of Ontario and settlement conferences at the Small Claims Court.
During law school, Greg excelled in a breadth of subject areas, always with a mind to litigation. He was awarded the Honourable F.H. Barlow Scholarship for his combined academic achievement in commercial law subjects including: Insurance law, Class Actions and Contract Remedies. He was actively involved with Pro Bono Students Canada’s civil litigation project at the Toronto Small Claims Court, volunteered as a case worker with Community Legal Aid Services Program and served on the executive of an established student society.
Outside of the office, Greg enjoys running, scuba diving and spending time with his family.