Jack joined Sullivan Mahoney LLP in 2019 after articling with the Firm. As a member of our Civil Litigation/Advocacy and Construction Law Practice Groups. Jack’s practice involves client representation of general civil litigation disputes as well as matters involving improvements to land.
Jack received his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Criminology, inclusive of a Minor in Business Law, from Ryerson University in 2015 and his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Western Ontario in 2018. Jack was both a summer student and articling student with Sullivan Mahoney LLP, prior to joining the firm as an associate lawyer in 2019.
As a member of our Civil Litigation/Advocacy and Construction Law Practice Groups, the focus of Jack’s practice concerns general civil litigation disputes, as well as matters involving improvements to land. Jack has appeared before the Ontario Court of Justice and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
During law school, Jack participated in various internal moot competitions and served as President of the University of Western Ontario’s chapter of OUTLaw, an organization dedicated to promoting diversity within the legal profession. More recently, Jack has acted as a coach for a local high school’s mock trial team.
Jack has enjoyed close ties to the Niagara Region throughout his early life and is excited to have relocated to the area in order to establish his practice. Outside of the legal profession Jack enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, biking, camping, and tending to his garden.
Juris Doctor – University of Western Ontario – 2018
Bachelor of Arts (Honours) – Ryerson University – 2015