Michael combines a deep knowledge of condominium law, acquired over 22 years of practice in the condominium law field, with a practical understanding of his clients’ needs to provide thoughtful, real-world advice.
Michael graduated from Queen’s University Law School after completing an undergraduate with honours degree at the University of Toronto. He holds the designation of Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI). The ACCI is Canada’s only condo-specific designation for condominium professionals pursuant to which the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) identifies Michael as an expert in condominium law. Michael was drawn to the specialized field of condominium law early in his career. He particularly enjoys the changing nature of this area of law and the diverse skill-set and analytical approach it demands.
Michael also writes and speaks about condominium law. He has had articles published in the industry magazines Condo Voice and CM Magazine and has spoken at industry conferences. Michael is also an instructor at Humber College, where he teaches a course in Condominium Law for Property Managers.
Called to the Ontario Bar 1996
ACCI Designation, Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute (ACCI) 2010
LL.B. Queen's University Law School 1996
B.A. University of Toronto 1993
Member Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO)
Member Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI)
Member Canadian Condominium Institute Toronto Chapter (CCI-T) 2014-2015
Member Ontario Bar Association
Instructor Law Course for Property Managers, Humber College 2006 to present
Instructor Real Estate Course for Law Clerks, Seneca Colleges 2001