Brent’s practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, as well as employment and human rights disputes. Brent has appeared before the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Small Claims Court.
Brent completed his Juris Doctor at Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law and was called to the Ontario Bar in 2018. Before attending law school, Brent received an Honours Bachelor of Arts, with a double major in English and Anthropology, from McMaster University.
In his final year of law school, Brent spent four months as a clinical student at Dalhousie Legal Aid Services, a community based legal clinic. He also sat on Dalhousie Legal Aid Services’ Board of Directors as a student representative.
Brent is a member of the Hamilton Law Association, the Hamilton Lawyers’ Club, and the Ontario Bar Association.
What uncommon value delivered by a culture of service means to me:
A “culture” is something that is fluid and dynamic. It should be understood as something that is continuously growing, and never static. A culture of service is no different. It means adapting the way we provide our legal services based on the needs of our diverse clients. It means refining our practices and the manner in which we approach complex legal issues based on recent developments in the law. The uncommon value that we provide to our clients is therefore rooted in our ability to remain flexible, to respond to changes, and to adapt our practices accordingly.