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Justin practiced law with one of the largest law firms in Canada before he founded BPR Litigation Lawyers.  He has over fifteen (15) years of litigation experience and has received a Martindale-Hubbell Client Review Rating of 5.0 and has been named, a "Gold Client Champion" for 2022 by Martindale-Hubbell, one of the oldest and best-known legal catalogues in North America. 

Over the course of his legal career, Justin has argued precedent-setting cases that appear in various legal textbooks and has had his cases quoted in articles such as Law Times. He is a fearless advocate and is not afraid to stand up for his client's rights.


Justin represents hospitals, municipalities, financial institutions, insurance companies, large, medium, and small businesses, as well as individuals with various litigation issues which include contract disputes, employment law, professional malpractice, insurance law, real estate litigation, family law, construction law, wills, and estates. Justin also acts as a mediator in these areas of law as well.

Justin is also a former Co-Director & Adjunct Professor of Trial Advocacy at Osgoode Hall Law School and former Assistant Director of the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop at Osgoode Professional Development.

In addition, Justin has contributed to several leading legal texts and publications including:

"The Annual Survey of Recent Developments in Civil Procedure" contained in Ontario Civil Practice, authored by Garry D. Watson & Michael McGowan;

"Scott & Reynolds on Surety Bonds", authored by Ken Scott and R. Bruce Reynolds;

"Kirsh and Alter's Guide to Construction Liens in Ontario" (Third Edition), authored by Harvey Kirsh and Matthew Alter; and

"Conduct of a Lien Action", 2008, authored by Duncan Glaholt.


Master of Laws - LL.M, Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Osgoode Hall Law School, 2022

LL.B - Law

Osgoode Hall Law School, 2007

B.A. - Economics

University of Toronto, 2001



Ontario, 2008


Justin is an excellent lawyer. He is clear, articulate, fair and thoughtful. He took an extremely measured, detailed and honest approach to our issue. His approach to our problem conveyed a true passion for his profession and also care for his client's needs. - T. Ilechukwu

Justin was very responsive, accommodating and very professional. He explained the law clearly and was easily available throughout our engagement, whether in person, phone or by email. I appreciated his strategic approach to our case. Justin's approach was very personable and working with Justin felt like a team effort. - A. Almuina





Justin first joined BPR as an articling student and has never looked back and has been involved with many of the precedent setting cases at BPR.

During his time at BPR, Justin has developed well-rounded litigation research practice including family law, construction law, employment law, estate litigation, commercial/civil litigation, and appeals.


In 2018, Justin also became a firefighter with Toronto Fire Services while continuing with his practice at BPR.  Working with Toronto Fire Services has become a passion of his and somewhat of a family tradition that he is proud to continue. 

Due in large part to his legal training and experience, Justin was elected by his peers as an Executive Officer with the Toronto Professional Firefighters’ Association, where he is currently the chair of the WSIB Committee, New Members’ Committee and also sits on the Human Resources and Equity Initiatives Committee and Collective Bargaining Committee.

Justin is also a former Adjunct Professor of the Lawyer As A Negotiator course at Osgoode Hall Law School.



Juris Doctorate - J.D., Law

Osgoode Hall Law School 2014

Master of Arts - M.A., English

York University, 2010

B.A. - English & Philosophy

York University, 2009



Ontario 2015

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